UPS Airlines Boeing 747-200 N522UP
Civil aviation profile prints.
Available poster options:
Design / Plain background;
Size Panorama (914×305 mm / 36"×12");
Size Standard (610×305 mm / 24"×12").
Boeing 747-200 UPS Airlines
Engines: 4 × PW JT9D-7Q
Serial Number: 21936
First flight: Sep 25, 1979
UPS Airlines is a cargo airline. The fourth-largest cargo airline worldwide (in terms of freight volume flown). In 1980, UPS opened its first major hub for sorting packages transported by aircraft, located in Louisville, Kentucky. Located at the westernmost point of the Eastern time zone, Louisville is accessible across the majority of the contiguous United States in less than three hours. Through its contractors, UPS flew its packages using a fleet of commercial aircraft converted to freighters, including Boeing 727s, Douglas DC-8s, and Boeing 747s.