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ATSG buys Qantas 767s

written by australianaviation.com.au | June 22, 2010
Qantas has sold three 767-300s. (Seth Jaworski)

US company Air Transport Services Group Inc has executed a letter of intent to buy three Boeing 767-300ERs from Qantas.

ATSG did not disclose the purchase price for the three aircraft, but it is expected that the GE powered aircraft will be delivered during the third quarter of the year. Market prices for similar aircraft are currently between US$28.5m-$31.5m (A$32.3-35.7m).

ATSG operates three cargo carriers, including ABX Air and Air Transport International, which wet leases a 767-200F to Qantas Freight Enterprises, as well as maintenance and cargo leasing businesses. As such, it is expected that the aircraft may be converted to freighters.

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ATSG buys Qantas 767s

written by australianaviation.com.au | June 22, 2010
Qantas has sold three 767-300s. (Seth Jaworski)

US company Air Transport Services Group Inc has executed a letter of intent to buy three Boeing 767-300ERs from Qantas.

ATSG did not disclose the purchase price for the three aircraft, but it is expected that the GE powered aircraft will be delivered during the third quarter of the year. Market prices for similar aircraft are currently between US$28.5m-$31.5m (A$32.3-35.7m).

ATSG operates three cargo carriers, including ABX Air and Air Transport International, which wet leases a 767-200F to Qantas Freight Enterprises, as well as maintenance and cargo leasing businesses. As such, it is expected that the aircraft may be converted to freighters.

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Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

ATSG buys Qantas 767s

written by australianaviation.com.au | June 22, 2010
Qantas has sold three 767-300s. (Seth Jaworski)

US company Air Transport Services Group Inc has executed a letter of intent to buy three Boeing 767-300ERs from Qantas.

ATSG did not disclose the purchase price for the three aircraft, but it is expected that the GE powered aircraft will be delivered during the third quarter of the year. Market prices for similar aircraft are currently between US$28.5m-$31.5m (A$32.3-35.7m).

ATSG operates three cargo carriers, including ABX Air and Air Transport International, which wet leases a 767-200F to Qantas Freight Enterprises, as well as maintenance and cargo leasing businesses. As such, it is expected that the aircraft may be converted to freighters.

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