DALLAS – Air Canada (AC) is going big in the freight market. The airline said that it would add two factory-built Boeing 777 freighters to its fleet. These planes are in addition to the two converted Boeing 767 freighters currently in service. The two new jets should be in service in 2024.
The Canadian carrier says that six more converted Boeing 767 aircraft are scheduled to join its fleet over the next several years.
Air Canada is also working with partners to develop and certify drones for cargo operations.
Jason Berry, vice president, cargo at Air Canada, said, “Today, we announced a further read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”