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Denmark’s Star Air adds maiden dry-leased B767-300 freighter

Star Air (Denmark)[1] (S6, Copenhagen Kastrup[2]) has added a maiden dry-leased B767-300(F)[3] to its fleet following the delivery of OY-SRU (msn 30107) earlier this month Skyliner Aviation has reported. Leased from GECAS[4], the twinjet recently underwent passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversion with Bedek Aviation Group at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion[5], Israel. Star Air is an existing operator of the type having wet-leased a B767-300(F) from Portugal’s euroAtlantic Airways[6] (YU, Lisbon[7]) in the form of CS-TLZ (msn 24086).

Star Air also operates a fleet of five B767-200[8](ERF)s and six B767-200(PC)s, all of which are leased from GECAS and all of which are in service for UPS – United Parcel Service[9].


  1. ^ Star Air (Denmark) (www.ch-aviation.com)
  2. ^ Copenhagen Kastrup (www.ch-aviation.com)
  3. ^ B767-300(F) (www.ch-aviation.com)
  4. ^ GECAS (www.ch-aviation.com)
  5. ^ Tel Aviv Ben Gurion (www.ch-aviation.com)
  6. ^ euroAtlantic Airways (www.ch-aviation.com)
  7. ^ Lisbon (www.ch-aviation.com)
  8. ^ B767-200 (www.ch-aviation.com)
  9. ^ United Parcel Service (www.ch-aviation.com)

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