UPS’ largest aircraft makes its first landing at IGIA, Delhi

UPS has announced the routing of its latest freighter aircrafts to India, from its fleet of Boeing 747-400/-8 and Boeing 767 at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA), Delhi. Businesses in North India will gain faster access to markets in the West, with extended pick up time, later commercial clearance and shorter time in transit to capitalise on growth opportunities in Europe and United States.

This plane is part of UPS’s investment of adding 10 million pounds of new lift capacity globally – the largest current expansion by any carrier. UPS has already taken delivery of 18 of 49 new aircraft previously announced and will receive the remainder by 2022.