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Amazon adds 12 new cargo jets

Boeing 767-300 converted cargo aircraft will be leased from Air Transport Services Group (ATSG)


June 4, 2020
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SEATTLE – Amazon has leased 12 Boeing 767-300 converted cargo aircraft from Air Transport Services Group (ATSG).

These aircraft will join Amazon’s existing fleet of 70 aircraft to bring its fleet to over 80 aircraft. One of the new aircraft joined Amazon’s air cargo operations in May 2020, with the remaining 11 to be delivered in 2021.

Amazon continues to expand ground operations in addition to aircraft. It will open new Regional Air Hubs at Lakeland Linder International Airport in Florida later this summer and at San Bernardino International Airport next year, along with the central Amazon Air Hub at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in 2021.

In May, Amazon Air began Gateway operations at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas, and Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

“We are proud to continue to evolve our partnership with Amazon to support the fast, free delivery for which they are famous,” said Rich Corrado, president and CEO of ATSG. “Our combined experience in the industry and access to a fleet of 767 cargo aircraft make us an ideal partner to support the growth of Amazon Air’s fleet.”