DHL to convert five aircraft

DHL has placed an additional order for five A300-600 P2Fs with EADS EFW.

These five aircraft belonged to Japan International Airlines. In total EFW will have 18 P2Fs for DHL under contract.

On 15 November EFW handed over the first A300-600 out of the 18 ordered conversions to EAT/DHL at the EAT/DHL facility in Leipzig (Germany).

With three conversions for Maximus, EFW was able to gain 21 out of 22 widebody aircraft from the JAL fleet.

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