SF Airlines is set to receive another full 15-cargo position Boeing 757-200PCF aircraft at the end of June.
The Chinese carrier signed a multiple aircraft contract with Precision Conversions earlier this month to perform cargo conversions on an undisclosed number of Boeing 757-200s.
SF Airlines has two 757-200 aircraft in storage, which have been acquired from Air China. The first aircraft, MSN 27512, has been inducted in the Taikoo Aircraft Engineering (TAECO) maintenance facility in Xiamen. It is scheduled for re-delivery at the end of June.
According to Flightglobal's Ascend Online database, the RB211-535E4-powered aircraft was built in 1995.
The second aircraft, MSN 27270, was built in 1994.
SF Airlines already operates five Boeing 757-200PCF aircraft as well as two 737-300SFs.