Silk Way West’s third new 747-8F touches down

Azerbaijan’s Silk Way West Airlines has taken delivery of a Boeing 747-8 freighter, the third out of a total order for five.
The company said that it is now planning to launch additional new services to Singapore and Komatsu (Japan).
The Baku-based all-cargo airline fleet now numbers five aircraft: three 747-8Fs and two 747-400Fs.
The remaining two B747-Fs  are expected to be delivered next year.

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