In February when Express Freighters Australia, the wholly-owned freighter management company for Qantas, deploys a 767-300F for Qantas Freight, the aircraft will be the first freighter to wear a Qantas livery (sans kangaroo on the tail).
Update: A spokeswoman explains the lack of kangaroo on the tail as: “The aircraft has a unique livery asit is a dedicated freighter aircraft – any future acquisitions or dry leasedaircraft may also carry this dedicated freighter livery.“
”At this stage thereare no plans to paint any of our current wet leased aircraft in a Qantaslivery.“
The B767-300F aircraft, MSN 33510, is a productionline freighter manufactured in January 2006 and previously operated by All Nippon Airways. EFA will leasethe aircraft on a long term lease directly from Japan’s SOJITZ Corporation, the spokeswoman says.