Amazon Air boosted by 12 more aircraft and new regional air freight hubs

June 4, 2020 Alex Lennane

Amazon is to lease another 12 converted 767-300s from ATSG, bringing its fleet to 82 aircraft.
The first was delivered last month, with the remainder to start operations next year.
The e-commerce giant added that it would open a new regional air hub at Lakeland Linder International Airport, Florida, within the next couple of months, as well as its San Bernadino hub and Cincinnati /Northern Kentucky International Airport next year.
Last month, saw ...

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