ATSG buys 20 more 767s as Amazon Air plans expansion – despite shareholder concerns

December 20, 2018 Alex Lennane

ATSG has pipped rivals to the post by acquiring 20 more 767-300 aircraft.
The aircraft type is in high demand by express operators, while the Amazon Air fleet now has 40 in operation.
While unconfirmed, it seems highly likely that ATSG will dedicate at least some of the 20 to Amazon.
The aircraft are currently operated by American Airlines (AA), and will transfer to ATSG over the next three years.
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