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  • Precision follows Pemco in launching 757 combi conversion

    Precision Conversions has joined Pemco World Air Services in launching a passenger-to-combi (P2C) conversion programme...

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  • ANALYSIS: US cargo carriers face low yields amid trade jump

    News | 29 Aug 2014 14:42 | Jon Hemmerdinger

    ​The US air cargo market continues to show signs of a turnaround, with US carriers reporting notable cargo volume gains in recent months and executives noting positive world economic trends.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-US-cargo-carriers-face-low-yields-amid-trade-jump-403132/
  • Precision follows Pemco in launching 757 combi conversion

    News | 21 Oct 2010 05:10 | Brendan Sobie

    Precision Conversions has joined Pemco World Air Services in launching a passenger-to-combi (P2C) conversion programme for the Boeing 757. Oregon-based...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Precision-follows-Pemco-in-launching-757-combi-conversion-348774/
  • Aeronavali lands exclusive 767 PTF licensing deal with Boeing

    News | 06 Oct 2003 23:00

    <p>Israel Aircraft Industries' Bedek Aviation Group and Italy's Aeronavali are squaring up in the Boeing 767 passenger-to-freighter (PTF) conversion market, following the latter's signing of an exclusive licensing deal with Boeing.</p> <p>The Alenia Aeronautica/Finmeccanica division announced the deal to use the Boeing amended type certificate for 767 conversions last week in Seattle. The initial agreement covers the 767-200, but this is expected to be broadened to cover the -300, for which the major market is anticipated. "We are talking to several potential launch customers about -200 conversions," says Aeronavali commercial director Gianni Tritto. </p> <p>According to industry sources, Miami-based Boeing 727 freight operator Capital Cargo International Airlines is a leading candidate to launch the programme. Certification of the first Aeronavali 767-200 conversion and delivery to the launch customer is expected by mid-2005, says Tritto.</p> <p>IAI launched its 767-200 conversionhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aeronavali-lands-exclusive-767-PTF-licensing-deal-with-Boeing-172150/
  • Loads of trouble

    News | 05 Mar 2002 00:00

    <p>BRENDAN SOBIE / WASHINGTON DC</p> <p>The wet-lease cargo sector has collapsed in the worst market conditions for a decade. What are the prospects for recovery?</p> <p>Although its recent financial struggles and corresponding business moves have been more public than those of its rivals, Atlas Air is not the only cargo carrier these days scurrying to offset a rapidly shrinking wet-lease customer base. The worst market conditions in at least a decade have set off a wave of cuts and consolidation among a group of around 20 mostly little-known jet operators. Freighters ranging in size from Boeing 727s to 747s have been parked, expansion plans have been shelved, and many companies are seeking joint ventures or new investors.</p> <p>Faced with an overcrowded playing field and, in some cases, the threat of liquidation, many wet-lease cargo carriers are now a fraction of their former size. Some have left the wet-lease business for smaller niches, and a few are under new ownership. "Therehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Loads-of-trouble-144108/
  • A300-600 to enter US fray

    News | 05 Mar 2002 00:00

    <p>Two US leasing companies hope to introduce the Airbus A300-600 converted freighter in North America this year. Intrepid Aviation Partners has committed itself to 12 A300-600 conversions, making it the second customer after FedEx in EADS' new conversion programme, while Christopher Damianos, vice president of cargo programmes at General Electric Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), says A300-600 conversions "are on our priority list for 2002". But it is unclear to what extent wet-lease operators are ready to upgrade to the aircraft</p> <p>Several small wet-lease carriers - including Air Transport International (ATI), Capital Cargo International Airlines and International Cargo Charters (ICC) - have expressed interest in leasing A300-600s. But industry officials say FedEx is the lead candidate for the Intrepid aircraft and potential GECAS conversions. The parcel carrier operates 36 factory-built A300-600Fs, and took delivery in January of the first of eight A300-600s being converted byhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/A300-600-to-enter-US-fray-144110/