Freight Aircraft

A selection of aircraft to handle anything from small packages to large oversized shipments to remote destinations.

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ATR 42

The ATR 42 is a twin-turboprop, short- to medium-haul regional airliner. The aircraft performs well at high altitude and in hot climates and is suitable for short runway operations. In mid-2000, ATR launched a freighter conversion program for both the -42 and -72, involving installing a forward freight door and modifying the cabin for freight.

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Beech 1900

The Beech 1900 is a larger version of the Beech King Air 200 with a larger capacity for cargo. It is a pressurized twin-engine turboprop fixed-wing aircraft. It was designed, and is primarily used, as a regional airliner. Ideal for smaller freight on short distances.

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Piper Chieftain

The Piper PA-31 is a small twin-engined cargo, business and commuter aircraft produced by the US-American manufacturer Piper Aircraft Corporation. The PA-31-350 Navajo Chieftain is a stretched version of the Navajo B with more powerful engines and counter-rotating propellers to prevent critical engine handling problems.

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Antonov AN26

The Antonov AN-26 is a twin-engined turboprop aircraft which is best suitable for more dense cargo, bulk loading, remote destinations with short runways and for ad-hoc flights. The AN-26 is a ramp-loading aircraft with a cabin large enough to even load a car.

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ATR-72

The ATR-72 is a twin-turboprop, short- to medium-haul regional airliner. The aircraft is a stretch version of the ATR-42, providing a cabin space of almost 19 meters in length. The ATR-72 which is also available as “quick change” (with removal seating configuration) has one of the best fuel efficiencies amongst regional aircraft.

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Beech King Air 90

The Beechcraft King Air comprises of numerous twin-turboprop models. The King Air 90 has great range and payload due to its features like composite winglets, swept-blade propellers and dual aft strakes. Suitable for smaller freight on short-haul flights.

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Cessna Caravan

The Cessna Caravan aircraft is known for its rugged utility and flexibility. With its powerful turboprop engine, the Caravan aircraft delivers the rare combination of high performance, low operating costs and the ability to adapt to a wide variety of missions. The powerful, efficient and dependable 675-horsepower PT6A-114A turbine engine gives the Caravan turboprop its exceptional payload capabilities.

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Cessna Citation

The Cessna Citation is mainly a passenger jet but suitable for the transportation of small shipments. It is faster than a turboprop aircraft, but usually can be more expensive. It has a range of over 3,000 km and is therefore ideal for medium-haul distances. It is the best choice for those small, urgent time-critical consignments to remote locations with smaller airports. The essence of the Citation Jet is summed up in simplicity, economy and performance and it is excellent in terms of fuel efficiency.

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Metro III

The Metro III is a very economic turboprop aircraft and ideal for time-sensitive, short-haul flights. It has one of the best payload capacities in its category. It is most commonly used for time sensitive euro pallet transport.

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Saab 340

The Saab 340 has good payload capacity and is relatively cheap to maintain and operate. This makes it is an ideal choice for the transport of urgent automotive spare parts. It can take-off from a shorter runway than many other aircraft types of it’s category.

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Medium

A300-600F

The A300-600 jetliner’s wide-body fuselage cross-section, high versatility and low operating costs make it an ideal regional freighter. In the A300-600F variant, this aircraft carries significant tonnage and volume on the main deck, as well as in the generous underfloor holds – accommodating the full range of existing cargo containers and pallets. With its range of more than 4,000 nautical miles, the A300-600 has the capability to fly all major regional routes of the world’s principal economic regions.

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Tupolev TU-204

The Tupolev TU-204 is a medium range narrow-body twinjet and good for medium- to long-haul flights. It has been developed in different versions. TU-204 freighters fitted are with a forward main deck freight door. It was the first Russian/CIS built aircraft to hold an EASA aircraft type certification. It can fly for long distances without intermediate stops for refuelling. Its floor is fitted with roller beds for easy handling of cargo and ideal for transporting freight in pallets.

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Boeing B767-200F

The B767-200 is a large, heavy but comparatively fuel efficient wide-bodied medium-long haul airliner. It is best suited to medium- to long-haul distances. It offers outstanding operational efficiency with a good payload configuration. The stretch version, the 300 series, provides for yet higher payload capability.

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Ilyushin IL76

The Ilyushin Il-76 is a multi-purpose four-engine turbofan medium to long range freighter. It was designed to deliver heavy machinery to remote, poorly served areas. The Il-76 has seen extensive service as a commercial freighter for ramp-delivered cargo, especially for outsized or heavy items unable to be otherwise carried. Because of its ability to operate from unpaved runways, it has been useful in undeveloped areas. Its highlight is an internal winch system that can pull the cargo inside with a max. weight of 10t. per piece.

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Boeing B757F

The B757-200 is a twin-engine aircraft for medium-haul flights. There are production cargo versions as well as freighters converted from passenger versions. It can carry 15 ULDs on the cargo main deck. Additionally, freight can be carried in the below compartments. Uplift capacity range is from 34 tons to 36 tons. depending on aircraft version, flight route and the nature of cargo.

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Airbus A310F

The A310F is a wide-bodied aircraft, a shortened version of the A300F. It can carry up to 39t of freight for 5,950 km. The aircraft has been designed for regional routes but with the capability to fly extended range routes with optional long-range tanks. The A-310 is ideal for transporting outsize cargo. Because it needs a main deck high-loader to load and unload cargo on the main deck, it may not be a suitable aircraft for some remote airports.

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Antonov AN-12

The Antonov AN12 is a four-engine turboprop built in the Soviet Union. It is a very common choice for time-critical cargo, especially heavier consignments as it is flexible for loading. It can carry many types of cargo, including outsized cargo. It is easy to load using the built-in loading system. It is popular especially in Europe and Africa.

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Lockheed L100-Hercules

The Lockheed L-100 is the civilian cargo transport version of the globally popular C-130 Hercules military version and have proven to be of great utility, particularly in undeveloped countries. The L-100 has excellent handling capabilities and short-field hauling qualities. Equipped with built in handling systems, ramp facilities and thrust reversers that allow the aircraft to operate without pushback, the L-100-30 Hercules is ideal for transporting cargo to remote and isolated destinations. It is also capable of taking off and landing on short runways (STOL) and rough terrain.

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Heavy

McDonnell Douglas MD11F

The McDonnell Douglas MD-11 is essentially a lengthened version of the DC-10 with some design changes and higher performance capabilities like a greater range and higher payload

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Boeing B747-400F

The Boeing 747-400F freighter is the all-cargo transport variant of the Boeing 747-400 family of aircraft. With the ability to take payloads exceeding 100 tonnes and a flight range of around 13hours, the B747-400 is ideal for the long-haul transport of large amounts of cargo with variants. Featuring both side and nose loading doors including a mechanized cargo handling system this aircraft is also extremely adaptable.

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Oversize

Antonov AN225

The AN225 is the heaviest aircraft ever built and is powered by six turbofan engines. It is the largest aircraft with the widest wingspan of any aircraft in operational service in the world. It is mainly used for special missions with extraordinary cargo with high payload and volume capability.

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Antonov AN124

The Antonov AN124 remains one of the largest transport aircraft in the world. It’s integrated 30-ton capacity crane onboard allows seamless loading of extreme heavy and outsize cargo. Its high-mounted wings allow it to operate on unpaved runways.

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