Description of BOEING 757-200PF
Introducing the Boeing 757-200PF: a reliable and adaptable air freighter
The Boeing 757-200 is an airliner produced until 2004 and remains in service today. Its cargo version, the 757-200PF (PF for package freight), entered into service in 1987. It was first used by UPS Airlines to deliver packages at night, in the form of pallets or LD3 containers.
The 757 can carry bulk goods with a volume of approximately 50 cubic metres. Its total payload is 40 tonnes for medium-haul flights. For long-haul flights, the aircraft is equipped with an auxiliary power unit.
80 units of the 757-200PF have been produced. There is also another cargo version, the Boeing 757-200SF (SF for special freighter), built from 757-200. This model can carry animals.
It was overtaken by the Boeing 767-300F, which followed a few years later.
Charter a Boeing 757-200PF with AEROAFFAIRES and have your goods delivered safely and punctually
AEROAFFAIRES, air broker for more than 30 years, finds you the best solution according to your needs to make sure all sure goods are safely flown to their destination, with the greatest care and at the best price. Tailor-made air freight avoids the constraints of international cargo airlines. AEROAFFAIRES allows you to immediately deliver freight at your choice of date and time. When you charter Boeing 757-200PF for the transport of freight, you can transfer cargo to airports located as close as possible to its final destination. Cargo airlines, in comparison, only serve a handful of airports in each country.
Cargo transported safely and quickly by private charter
The time saved by renting a private cargo plane is invaluable compared to other modes of transport, such as by road or by using an air freight operator.
In addition, while global air cargo traffic represents only 3% of the volume of goods sent across the world, it nevertheless accounts for 45% of their value. Those who choose to charter a Boeing 757-200PF for the transport of precious cargo or valuable items can guarantee their speedy and highly secure transport. It’s no surprise that 61.2 million tonnes of high-value cargo were transported by air in 2019.