All-Cargo Aircraft

All-Cargo Aircraft

An airplane that transports items such as goods or mail rather than paying passengers.
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Cargojet operates its network across North America each business night, utilizing a fleet of all-cargo aircraft consisting of Boeing 767-300ER, Boeing 767-200ER, Boeing 757-200ER and Boeing 727-AF.
Cargojet runs its network across North America each business night, using a fleet of 13 all-cargo aircraft.
National Airlines' inaugural 747-400F long range, intercontinental all-cargo aircraft is said to offer 113 tons of cargo capacity.
National's inaugural 747-400F long range, intercontinental all-cargo aircraft offers 113 tons of cargo capacity.
TSA also took steps to enhance the security of inbound cargo following the October 2010 Yemen air cargo bomb attempt--such as requiring additional screening of high-risk cargo prior to transport on an all-cargo aircraft.
A UPS spokeswoman said: "Two weeks ago, a suspicious package travelled within the UPS network aboard an all-cargo aircraft from the United Kingdom to Istanbul, Turkey.
NAC will provide at least one scheduled weekly direct flight from Anchorage to Red Dog Mine with a Boeing 737-200 all-cargo aircraft.
The CNRC 'base rate' for all-cargo aircraft is an impressively low 1.
The committee's discussions on this issue focused on the differences in threat levels from all-cargo aircraft and from cargo placed on passenger planes, and policy on this issue will likely be drafted at the fall meeting.
Antillas Air, established in 1983 by Gorospe, has operated all-cargo aircraft under long-term wet lease agreements.
On the cargo side, Hartsfield has added new service to Latin America and Europe this year, and its Asian service has grown from 15 to 20 wide body all-cargo aircraft per week.
We remain adamant that the new, science-based federal aviation regulations on pilot fatigue must be expanded to cover pilots of all-cargo aircraft," said Capt.