UPS Aircraft Fleet Fact Sheet

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UPS Aircraft Fleet

Overview

Since purchasing its first aircraft in 1981, UPS has become one of the world’s largest airlines.
In addition to owning 240 jets, the company leases additional aircraft for the November-December peak-shipping season.
All UPS aircraft meet strict noise requirements both domestically and abroad.

Aircraft
Type

Owned

Max
Payload

Container
Positions

Engine
Type

Fuel
Capacity

Range
(At Max Payload)

Cruising
Speed

Length

Wing
Span

Height

Crew

757-200

75

100,900 lbs.

15

RB211-535,
B7F PW2040

11,276 gallons

1,1100 nm

465 kts

155’3”

124’10”

44’6”

2

767-300

59*

132,200 lbs.

24 upper deck
7 lower dick

GE CF6-80C2

23,980 gallons

3,000 nm

465 kts

180’3”

167’2”

52'

2

A300-600

52

121,730 lbs.

22 main deck
7 lower deck

PW4168

18,005 gallons

2,000 nm

459 kts

177’5”

147’1”

54’3”

2

MD-11

37

207,179 lbs.

26 main deck
13 lower deck

PW4460,
CF6-80C2

38,524 gallons

3,1100 nm

483 kts

200’11”

169’10”

57’11”

2

747-400

13

268,600 lbs.

30 main deck
9 lower deck

GE CF6

53,644 gallons

4,400 nm

494 kts

231’10”

211’5”

63’8”

2

747-8F

4**

307,600 lbs.

34 main Deck
12 lower deck

GEnx-2B

59,568 gallons

4,200 nm

490 kts

250’2”

224’5”

64’2”

2

TOTAL

240

 

* There is an additional 4 new and 3 converted 767-300s on order.
** There are 24 additional 747-8Fs on order.

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