DHL Express has announced the addition of four B767-300(ERBCF)s to its fleet. The logistics group's spokesperson told ch-aviation that the aircraft had not been allocated conversion slots yet, so it would be premature to discuss their identity let alone end operator(s). However, they will be converted by Boeing.

DHL Express owns a number of airlines around the world, including EAT Leipzig, DHL Air, DHL Aero Expreso, DHL International Aviation Middle East, DHL de Guatemala, and DHL Aviation (South Africa). It also charters freighter capacity from multiple other airlines around the world and has a 50% stake in AeroLogic (3S, Leipzig/Halle), a joint venture with Lufthansa.

The group's B767-300 freighter fleet is currently limited to three B767-300(F)s operated by DHL Air and one B767-300(ERBCF) operated by DHL Aero Expreso, the ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows.