Saltchuk Aviation, the parent company of Aloha Air Cargo, Northern Air Cargo, and StratAir, has ordered three more B767-300ER(BCF)s from Boeing with an option for one more unit during the Farnborough Air Show.

"We continue to see long-term air cargo trends that support fleet growth in the markets served by our three air cargo brands, and are excited to expand our partnership with Boeing. Converting these B767-300ERs will bring highly-reliable capacity to our network, and backed by Boeing's OEM expertise, we expect these freighters to operate in our fleet for the next 15-20 years," President and Chief Executive Betsy Seaton said.

The jets will be placed with Northern Air Cargo starting from the third quarter of 2024, a company spokeswoman confirmed to ch-aviation.

The ch-aviation fleets module shows that Aloha Air Cargo currently operates two B737-300(F)s and three B737-300(SF)s. Northern Air Cargo operates one B737-300(F), three B737-400(F)s, one B737-400(SF), and four B767-300ER(BDSF)s. StratAir does not have its own aircraft and instead charters capacity from its sister carriers. Saltchuk Aviation, which is owned by Saltchuk Resources, ordered the first batch of four B767-300(ERBCF)s in January 2021. The spokeswoman confirmed the first of these - msn 30563 - was redelivered post conversion earlier this month.