Amazon Air has taken off in Europe with two converted 737s, operated by ASL Airlines, with a third expected to join the fleet shortly.
The e-commerce giant launched its European operations from Leipzig/Halle Airport, where it has built a 20,000sq metre cargo facility.
One of the aircraft is flying between Cologne, Madrid and Malpensa, according to a flight tracking site, while another left Shannon for Leipzig on Friday.
The third aircraft is currently …
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