avianca cargo (QT, Medellín José Maria Córdova) is planning to add a further four A330(P2F)s in 2024 and 2025, including its first A330-300(P2F)s, Cargo Facts has reported.

The Colombian cargo specialist will include both the A330-200(P2F) and the larger -300 variant in the order. It did not respond to ch-aviation's request for comment regarding the specific makeup and identity of the aircraft.

The commitment follows last year's deal for up to four A330-200(P2F)s from CDB Aviation. The first aircraft was initially expected by the end of 2022 but has yet to be delivered.

Chief Executive Gabriel Oliva told ch-aviation last year that Avianca will seek out converted A330s given its preference for the type and the lack of production freighters on the market.

The ch-aviation fleets module shows that Avianca Cargo operates six in-house A330-200Fs. It also wet-leases one A300-600R(F) from Mexico's AeroUnion (6R, México City International), in which Avianca Group holds a minority stake.