The much-discussed lack of maindeck capacity in air cargo has given a new lease of life to ageing freighters that seemed headed for oblivion.
However, not every viable cargo plane is being rushed back into action.
Amid a growing shortage of widebody freighters, one aircraft type seems to attract little interest: while operators and forwarders alike lament the lack of large freighters – especially B747s, and passenger 747-400s are a target for conversion into all-cargo configuration – nobody …
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