Amazon Air has signed a firm agreement to lease ten A330-300P2F freighters from Altavair. The aircraft will be operated for Amazon by Hawaiian Airlines, which has had A330s as a key element of its fleet since 2010. The ten airframes are being converted by Elbe Flugzeugwerke GmbH (EFW). Philippe Karam, Director, Amazon Global Air Fleet & Sourcing said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Airbus to our Amazon Air fleet. These A330-300s will not only be the first of their kind in our fleet, they’ll also be the newest, largest aircraft for Amazon Air, allowing us to deliver more customer packages with

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