Emirates SkyCargo (UAE/EK) has announced plans to invest 3.6 billion dirhams (114 billion yen) in the introduction and refurbishment of freighters, including the introduction of two new Boeing 777F aircraft in 2022 and the refurbishment of four Boeing 777-300ER passenger aircraft into freighters between 2011 and 2024. In addition to the introduction of two new Boeing 777F aircraft in 2022, four Boeing 777-300ER passenger aircraft will be converted to cargo aircraft between 2011 and 2024. The Emirates Group, which operates air cargo transportation based at Dubai International Airport, which has established itself as an international hub for the Middle East, Europe and Africa, has positioned cargo transportation as a pillar of growth along with passenger transportation, and will go on the offensive in anticipation of economic growth in emerging countries that are recovering from the new coronavirus disaster.
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