Atlas Air Takes Delivery of Fourth Boeing 777 Freighter for MSC Operations

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Atlas Air, Inc. has received its fourth Boeing 777F for operation on behalf of MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company SA. The long-term ACMI agreement between the two companies will allow MSC to expand its reach and capacity for customers. The 777F will complement the existing weekly service, including a route from Hong Kong to Dallas/Fort Worth. The delivery represents a significant milestone for MSC and Atlas Air, and the aircraft will enable MSC to provide enhanced support for their clients and strengthen their presence in the market. The 777F has a range of 4,970 nautical miles and a maximum structural payload of 235,900 pounds.

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Introducing the newest addition to the Atlas Air fleet: the Boeing 777 Freighter, ready to soar into action for MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company SA. This state-of-the-art aircraft, the fourth of its kind for Atlas Air, is set to revolutionize air cargo operations for MSC and its valued customers.

Indeed, the arrival of this remarkable 777F marks a pivotal moment in our longstanding partnership with MSC. As we take to the skies with our new aircraft, we are committed to providing unparalleled air cargo solutions and delivering excellence at every turn.

With a range of 4,970 nautical miles and a maximum payload of 235,900 pounds, the 777F is built to unlock new possibilities for MSC and Atlas Air. Its exceptional capabilities will elevate our service, offer enhanced support to clients, and strengthen our presence in the market.

As we embark on this exciting new chapter, we look forward to charting new horizons and seizing fresh opportunities. The future of air cargo has arrived, and we’re ready to lead the way.

Fun Fact: The Boeing 777F can carry up to 102,010 gallons (386,900 liters) of fuel, enough to fill about 1,200 minivans. It can also transport approximately 18 standard shipping containers on its main deck.

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