Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida 100: AMAZON’S TREASURES

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A recent announcement by Amazon reminded me of the old phrase: “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” The company is buying 11 Boeing 767-300 E.R. twin engine jets, which have been retired by Delta and WestJet. For the airlines and for Boeing, life in a post-COVID-19 world has not been wonderful. However, as far as Amazon is concerned, the future is all about home product delivery, which has catapulted Amazon and its fleet of 83 cargo aircraft into a $1.6 trillion company with 843,000 employees. In every sense of the word, one company’s trash is another’s treasure.

Originally posted for the Orlando Sentinel’s Central Florida 100.

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