Sideral intends to operate two Boeing 777Fs on flights to China

Brazil’s cargo airline signed a Letter of Intent to deploy jets, according to report

Brazilian cargo airline Sideral Linhas Aéreas could be a new operator of the Boeing 777F.

According to a document sent by the company to the US Department of Transportation (DOT), Sideral intends to have two jets to operate cargo flights to China.

To Ch-Aviation, Sideral confirmed the plans, but did not reveal any further details.

The company has a fleet of older Boeing 737 jets converted to freighters, but has plans to have at least four 737-800s for cargo soon.

Sideral also operates a sole 737-800 on passenger flights and is expected to take it to the USA for charters.

Sideral Boeing 737-400 (Mercado Livre)

Also according to the outlet, the airline plans to acquire two 737s to fight fires in the Amazon region.

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Sideral began operating in 2011 and is based in Curitiba, a city in southern Brazil.


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