Boeing announced on Monday an order from United Parcel Service (UPS) for eight additional 767 Freighters. The order will increase the company's fleet of 767 aircraft to 108. UPS will begin taking delivery of these new aircraft in 2025, with an additional 767-300 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF) entering service in late 2023. Based on the 767-300ER (Extended Range) airliner, the 767 Freighter carries up to 52.4 tons of cargo with intercontinental range, serving as a flexible platform for long-haul, regional and feeder markets. UPS was the launch customer for the 767 Freighter in 1995 and has purchased a total of 108 of the model. The airline currently operates 238 Boeing freighters, including the 747, 757, 767 and MD-11. “The additional 767s will help us continue to deliver what matters to UPS customers around the world. This is a very versatile aircraft that we operate in every region of the world,” said UPS US Executive Vice President and President Nando Cesarone. "With these aircraft, our fleet will continue to be among the most modern in our industry, meeting the needs of our customers and improving our efficiency, sustainability and reliability." "This additional order from UPS is a testament to the outstanding cargo capabilities of the 767 Freighter and further demonstrates Boeing's market leadership in the freighter segment," said Ihssane Mounir, senior vice president, Commercial Sales and Marketing, Boeing.
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