The first A332F has been transferred to DHL subsidiary EAT Leipzig from Etihad. Registered as D-ALMA, the DHL subsidiary is taking all of the five Etihad aircraft.
EAT Leipzig is also at the forefront of orders for the new A330P2F programme seemingly choosing the aircraft as its primary aircraft type and looking to replace some of the older 752F’s coming up for retirement.
DHL/EAT took delivery of an ex-Malaysia Airlines A333 post conversion to cargo in December 2017, seen below.
Egyptair Cargo has ordered three and taken delivery of its first A332P2F, SU-GCE from Elbe Flugzeugwerke (FZW) (a joint venture of ST Aerospace and Airbus). It’s the first -200F version converted as the others have been -300F’s for DHL and an Irish carrier.