Can you fly on a UPS plane?

Can you fly on a UPS plane?

Readers often ask if it’s possible to fly on a UPS aircraft as a passenger. Ocean freighters sell cabins to adventurous travelers, so it’s a reasonable question. Due to limited space and FAA regulations, the answer is no. There was a brief time when UPS Airlines actually carried passengers – in style.

What kind of planes do UPS fly?

Our fleet currently includes the following aircraft types: 757-200F, 767-300F, A300-600F, MD-11F, 747-400F, and 747-8F. UPS serves more than 220 countries using a combination of more than 500 UPS and chartered aircraft.

How much can a 747 8 carry?

It can carry up to 467 passengers in a typical three-class configuration over a range of 8,000 nmi (15,000 km) at Mach 0.855. The 747-8I can carry 51 more passengers and two more freight pallets with 26% more cargo volume than the 747-400.

Where can I find photos of UPS planes?

Browse 598 ups plane stock photos and images available, or search for cargo plane or united parcel service to find more great stock photos and pictures. Boeing 747-400 series aircraft on the runway at Sydney’s main international airport, Kingsford Smith, on March 15, 2020 in Sydney, Australia.

What’s the name of the new UPS plane?

UPS has received its first four Boeing 747-8F of an order for 14 announced in 2016. UPS last week ordered 14 more 747-8F jumbo jets and four new Boeing 767 aircraft.

Where was the UPS cargo plane that crashed?

UPS is… The tail section of a cargo jet is seen at the United Parcel Service Inc. Worldport facility in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., on Friday, Oct. 5, 2018…. In this handout photo provided by the National Transportation Safety Board , NTSB workers inspect the wreckage of a UPS cargo plane that crashed in a…

Where does UPS cargo plane land in Miami?

United Parcel Service cargo plane sits on the tarmac and another one taxis into the runway as a cargo plane from Federal Express lands at Miami’s… United Parcel Service cargo planes are lined up at the company’s air hub for Latin America in Miami, Florida, 20 October 2006.