Singapore Airlines Cargo Tracking
When part of 2001, nine Singapore Airlines Boeing 747 cargo load transferred to the new market, and now, for all purchases of new freighter made of the books of the new company. All retaining cargo space in passenger aircraft, Singapore Airlines was also shot by the new company.
SIA Cargo currently operates 11 Boeing 747-400Fs and two Boeing 747-400BCFs. Cargo Boeing 747-400, with a load of 113 tons and 8060 km range, can carry more payload for longer than any other commercial cargo aircraft, and has the typical features such as front loading control nose temperature and pressure regulation system. Boeing 747-8 Freighter has a higher payload of 154 tons, but a shorter range of 8,130 kilometers (5,050 miles). Despite the increase in the load offered by Boeing 747-8 Freighter, SIA Cargo has announced no plans to acquire them. According to the then CEO Chew Choon Seng, Singapore Airlines, “We are not convinced that additional spending would be necessary to renew the 747-8 Freighter cargo fleet, when trade-offs in terms of operational efficiency is rather marginal, in our opinion. so do not need. ”
SIA Cargo leased a cargo ship with Air China Cargo in 2003 No. By purchasing airline Wall in 2006, two cargo planes leased to Great Wall Airlines in 2007. A third cargo ship contracted to the airline Wall in 2007.
Due to the financial crisis of late 2000, there was a decline in global demand for shipping. SIA Cargo parked a cargo ship in the Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville, California from January 2009 to January 2010 to reduce capacity.
The average age of the cargo fleet was 10.9 years, from November 2, 2011.
In addition, the company manages the holds of passenger aircraft operated by Singapore Airlines. They offer 9-23 tons of cargo capacity per aircraft, depending on the type of aircraft.
|Boeing 747-400BCF||2||—||110 tones|
|Boeing 747-400F||11||—||110 tones|