DHL orders Boeing converted freighter at the Singapore airshow

Express firm DHL has ordered a converted freighter from Boeing as the aircraft manufacturer secures service deals valued at more than $900m during the Singapore airshow.
The DHL order is for a B767-300ER Boeing converted freighter, which the manufacturer said could carry "high-density cargo on long-range routes, as well as e-commerce cargo on domestic and regional routes".
A list of other service deals signed at the show can be found here.

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