UPS Airport Play Set
Official UPS 13 piece Airport playset. Made from durable diecast metal and plastic. Comes with official licensed insignias. Ages 3 and up.
UPS Airlines is a major American cargo airline based in Louisville, Kentucky. The second-largest cargo airline worldwide (in terms of freight volume flown), UPS Airlines flies to 815 destinations worldwide. It has been a wholly owned subsidiary of United Parcel Service since its launch in 1988.
In line with passenger airlines, UPS Airlines operates under the hub-and-spoke model. The airline’s primary hub in the United States is at Louisville International Airport, where it built a 5,200,000 square foot facility known as UPS Worldport. In addition to Worldport, UPS has several secondary hubs across the United States and international hubs in Germany, China, and Hong Kong.
As of February 2022, UPS Airlines has an active fleet of 290 aircraft. Operating an all-jet fleet, the airline does not own any turboprop, short-haul aircraft. When it suits, such aircraft are chartered from companies such as Air Cargo Carriers and Ameriflight.
UPS Airlines will become the world’s largest operator of the Boeing 747-8F (following its 2018 purchase); it is the second-largest operator of the Boeing 757 and 767, McDonnell Douglas MD-11F, and Airbus A300. The airline was also the largest operator of the Douglas DC-8 for a number of years, as it operated nearly half the active examples of the type worldwide at the time of its 2009 retirement.