MIAMI – UPS Airlines (5X), in a continuing effort to renew its fleet, has upgraded the avionics of its first of 52 A300-600F aircraft. The first aircraft has been in testing since September of 2019 and will enter service this year. The types are expected to be in the fleet for at least the next 20 years.
UPS Airlines’ Airbus A300 fleet has an average age of only 18 years according to planespotters.net and is only the third oldest fleet in the airline.
The Louisville-based cargo airline first announced the upgrade program with Honeywell and Airbus during a May 2017 press conference. read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”