Boeing 767-200F - Tampa Cargo
Tampa Cargo is a Colombian freight airline. The airline started flying in 1973 with Douglas DC-6 aircraft transporting flowers from Medellin to the United States. Later Tampa flew intensively with a mix of Boeing 707 and DC-8 freighter aircraft, but in 2004 the fleet was standardized on Boeing 767-200F aircraft.
In 1996 the Dutch charter airline Martinair acquired a 40 percent stake in the airline. The Boeing 767 (N767QT) on the picture was originally delivered as a passenger 767-200ER to the Brazilian airline Varig in 1987. In 2004 it was converted to freighter configuration and added to the fleet of Tampa Cargo. The photograph is taken at Miami International Airport.