Precision Conversions receives STC for 757-200 combi

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Portland, Oregon-based modification centre Precision Conversions has received a supplemental type certificate from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its Boeing 757-200PCC combi aircraft.

The aircraft is configured with 10 full cargo positions and can seat 54 passengers. It is the first 757-200 aircraft to have winglets.

The aircraft, built in 1994, is powered with Pratt & Whitney PW2000 engines and owned by Cargo Aircraft Management. Sister company Air Transport International will operate the aircraft to replace a Boeing DC-8 combi.