My Freighter welcomes third Boeing 767-300 P2F aircraft from ATSG

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Uzbekistan-based carrier My Freighter has taken delivery of its third newly converted Boeing 767-300 passenger to freighter (P2F) aircraft from US lessor Air Transport Services Group (ATSG).

ATSG’s subsidiary, Airborne Global Leasing, delivered in alignment with ATSG’s Lease+Plus strategy.

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“Our expanding relationship with My Freighter exemplifies the tangible value of our Lease+Plus strategy,” said Paul Chase, chief commercial officer of ATSG.

“The Boeing 767-300 continues to be the freighter of choice among e-commerce integrators and express carriers, providing the operational flexibility and efficiency to build those networks.”

My Freighter has provided charter air cargo services in Uzbekistan and Central Asia since 2019.

On its website, a spokesman said it provides cargo air charter services using a Boeing 767-300 fleet and Boeing 747-200 freighters.

In addition to the airline’s three 767-300P2Fs, it also has one 747-200F.

The airline’s specialist air cargo verticals include dangerous goods, perishables and brokerage and certification.

It also offers passenger flights. Cargo flights are operated under ‘My Freighter Cargo Airlines’, whilst passenger flights are operated under ‘Centrum Air’.

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This delivery marks ATSG’s fourth newly converted 767-300 dry-lease delivery this year.

ATSG said it continues to focus on global market opportunities in Central and Southeast Asia to enhance its global leasing network.

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Author: Anastasiya Simsek