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Customers from around the world have ordered 217 777 Freighters since the program began in 2005, including a record 45 units in 2018.
Qatar Airways Cargo is the world's second-largest cargo carrier flying a young and modern fleet of 23 freighters to more than 60 dedicated cargo destinations.
Volga-Dnepr Group is among the world's largest Boeing 747 Freighter operators.
The order, valued at about US$1 billion (726.4 million euros), will bolster Cathay Pacific's 747-8 freighter fleet and 777-300ER fleet to 14 and 53, respectively.
The latest delivery brings Emirates SkyCargo's B777F fleet to 10, and comes ahead of the move of its freighter operations to Dubai World Central's Al Maktoum International Airport in May 2014.
Having introduced all-cargo services from Abu Dhabi International Airport in February 2005, Etihad currently operates a freighter fleet of one Boeing 777F, two Airbus A300-600RF regional freighters and two A330-200 freighters, in addition to the two MD-11 freighters from World Airways.
Etihad currently operates a freighter service with one Boeing 777F, two Airbus A300-600RF regional freighters, two A330-200 freighters as well as the two MD-11 freighters from World Airways.
The freighter is Etihad's first Boeing freighter and joins the airline's existing Boeing 777 fleet, which includes seven 777-300ERs.
Taipower said the 93,000-ton Baltic Panamax freighter each costs US$45 million, US$20 million lower than a year earlier.
This July, Airbus plans to deliver the last of its only freighter model, the 35-year-old A300/A310, while the company has announced plans build a freight version of the A330-200.
"The Boeing conversion program gives us the flexibility to address our growing need for freighter aircraft in a timely and efficient manner - making best use of ANA's existing resources - as we forge ahead with our plans to create a new cargo airline and renew our fleet."
The seemingly insatiable appetite of Asian carriers for freighters to expand their cargo business continues apace.