Precision Conversions secures second 757 deal with SF Airlines

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SF Airlines has awarded Precision Conversions new business to complete a full 15-pallet position Boeing 757-200PCF.

Based in Shenzhen, China, SF Airlines recently purchased the ex-Air China aircraft powered by Rolls-Royce engines. The aircraft was built in 1992.

Precision Conversions delivered its first 757-200PCF to SF in October 2009.

Taikoo Aircraft Engineering (TAECO) is handling the latest modification through an agreement it reached in 2009 to perform modifications for Precision Conversions' 757-200PCFs.

"We are delighted that SF Airlines is adding another Precision Conversions 757-200PCF freighter and recognizes the value of our maximum volume and payload and highly reliable freighter as an integral part of their fleet expansion efforts," says Precision Conversions president Steven Thomas.