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  • Air China to order 747-8s, 737s and 777Fs

    Air China is to order two Boeing 747-8s and 20 737s as well as nine 777s, eight of which will be freighters for its cargo division. The carrier has...

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  • Russia's OAK looks to control Sirocco Tu-204-120C supply

    Russia's United Aircraft (OAK) is looking for ways to take over sole responsibility for the supply of Tupolev...

  • Ameco looks to do 747 cargo conversions

    Ameco Beijing , a joint venture between Air China and Lufthansa, is considering moving into the aircraft conversion...

  • PICTURE: Cubana takes delivery of first Tu-204 freighter

    <P>Russia’s Aviastar production plant has formally delivered Cuban carrier Cubana’s first <A ...

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  • ​ANALYSIS: Narrowbody conversions drive P2F market in 2014

    News | 16 Jan 2015 00:01 | Greg Waldron

    The year 2014 saw a 10% increase in global passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversions to 70 aircraft, driven by growth in narrowbody conversions, while extreme weakness continued to dog the widebody conversion market.
  • ANALYSIS: Boeing leads August’s Asia Pacific deliveries

    News | 08 Sep 2014 06:49 | Greg Waldron

    ​Asia Pacific operators accounted for nearly half of global airliner deliveries in August 2014, taking 55 of a total 112 aircraft delivered.
  • Air China adds Hahn to freighter route network

    News | 03 Sep 2014 12:35 | Michael Gubisch

    Air China Cargo has started flights to Germany's Hahn airport as part of two new round-the-world routes from Shanghai.
  • Air China Cargo closes Ex-Im financing with HSBC

    News | 01 Sep 2014 12:52 | Olivier Bonnassies

    HSBC Bank has closed a 12-year US Export-Import Bank-guaranteed financing structure covering a Boeing 777 freighter for Air China Cargo.
  • Air China operating profit jumps 64% in 1H

    News | 27 Aug 2014 03:27 | Greg Waldron

    ​Air China’s operating profit for the first half of its 2014 financial year has jumped 64% to CNY2.3 billion ($374 million), although a weakening Chinese currency hurt its overall results.
  • ANALYSIS: Asia Pacific operators take 40% of June’s deliveries

    News | 10 Jul 2014 09:35 | Greg Waldron

    ​Asia Pacific operators accounted for 40% of the passenger aircraft delivered in June, receiving 56 of the 140 airliners delivered during the month.