Ethiopian Airlines: The conversion of its Boeing 767-300ER into a cargo plane is completed

Ethiopian Airlines said in a statement that its Boeing 767-300ER type aircraft is ready to operate its cargo flights. The aircraft operated by the Ethiopian company on its passenger flights can now be deployed on its cargo flights.

Other aircraft will also be transformed to devote them to the freight activity of the Ethiopian national company, in particular the Boeing 737 MAX and 787 Dreamliner model aircraft. These new aircraft allow Ethiopan Airlines to increase its freight transport capacity on the one hand and improve its quality of service on the other hand.

With these new cargo planes, Ethiopian Airlines can provide reliable and high quality cargo service as it aims to expand its network by adding new destinations.

The air carrier of the Central African country currently operates a fleet of four Boeing 737-800BCF type aircraft, 9 777F aircraft in addition to three Boeing 767-300BCFs which will join its fleet next year.