Anatomy Of A Freighter

This AeroSavvy article is featured on NYCAviation.com

click-to-read-148x39Have you ever wondered what the inside of a cargo airplane looks like? Cargo companies fly many of the same aircraft that passengers are familiar with. From a distance, it’s hard to tell the difference between a passenger plane and a freighter.  While the outside may look similar, the inside anatomy is a whole other animal.  Join me at NYCAviation.com to get an inside look at the Anatomy Of A Freighter!

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AeroSavvy is written by Ken Hoke. Since 1984, Ken has loitered the skies in many vehicles, most notably the classic Douglas DC-8. He currently frustrates air traffic controllers in the US, Asia, and Europe as a Boeing 767 captain for a package express airline.
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2 thoughts on “Anatomy Of A Freighter

  1. john

    Ken…Big “brown” or big ” purple,reddish, an white”? Which color do you f l y your 767 under?… I retired from the latter. One of the best times of m y life was sitting directly behind the captain on a D.C.-10-30 MEM to PHX for vacation….john

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