SF Airlines orders B767- 300ER P2Fs
SF Airlines has placed an order for an undisclosed number of B767-300ER passenger-to-freighter conversions (Boeing Converted Freighters).
November 10, 2014
SF Airlines has placed an order for an undisclosed number of B767-300ER passenger-to-freighter conversions (Boeing Converted Freighters). SF Airlines, a subsidiary of Shenzhen, China-based delivery ser vices company SF Express, will accept its fi rst redelivered B767 in the second half of 2015.
“SF Express aims to become China’s most respected and reliable international courier company,” said Li Sheng, president of SF Airlines. “Th e addition of both wide- and narrow-body Boeing freighters to our fl eet will help us to continue providing quality service and expanded service networks, so as to off er effi cient and reliable express delivery solutions that serve all the needs of our customers.”
The B767 Boeing Converted Freighter offers an intercontinental range capability well-suited to the midsized freighter market, and maximises effi ciency of operations and payload configuration, according to Boeing. “We are honored that SF Express has placed its trust in Boeing as their provider of passenger-to-freighter conversions for the 767-300ER,” said Dan da Silva, vice president of modifi cation and conversion services, Boeing Commercial Airplanes.
SF Express has a fl eet of 36 aircraft – B737s and B757s – 12,000 vehicles and nearly 290,000 employees and was the fastest growing global transportation and logistics company in 2013, increasing revenue 40.6 per cent from 2012, according to SJ Consulting Group. Th at ranking puts it ahead of Germany’s Dascher, France’s GEFCO and C.H. Robinson in the US.