EVA Air (BR, Taipei Taoyuan) will convert three of its B777-300(ER)s into dedicated freighters with Israel Aerospace Industries enlisted to carry out the works, which will take place from 2025. A stock market disclosure said each B777-300(ER)(SF) conversion would cost not more than USD40 million.

While the identity of the airframes involved was not revealed, EVA Air operates thirty-four B777-300(ER)s of which twelve are owned. Those twelve are among the oldest in the fleet ranging primarily between 12 and 15 years old.

The Taiwanese carrier also operates an existing fleet of eight B777-Fs.