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Narrowbody fleet, Part II

Narrowbody fleet, Part II

October 20, 2014 at 8:03 am 0 comments

Last week we began a three-part analysis of the worldwide narrowbody freighter fleet with a look at who is operating the 546 freighters of nine main types in the fleet. Today we continue by breaking down the fleet in three ways: type-by-type, by end user, and by geographical region. Tomorrow, we will concludeRead More

The changing narrowbody freighter fleet

The changing narrowbody freighter fleet

October 17, 2014 at 10:54 am 2 comments

What is the most popular freighter aircraft in the world? We haven’t conducted a survey, but we’d be willing to bet that if you asked most people in the air freight industry, their answer would be “The 747-400F.” But they’d be wrong. To our knowledge, there are currently 191 747-400Read More

A new 737-300 conversion program

A new 737-300 conversion program

August 13, 2014 at 9:00 am 0 comments

PEMCO World Air Services, in partnership with Canada-based Kelowna Flightcraft, is in the late stages of developing a multi-configuration 737-300 conversion program to meet the needs of Yellowknife-based carrier Canadian North, which has for some time been looking for a way to replace its four aging 737-200C aircraft. The conversionRead More

Aero Acquisitions B737-400 PEMCO Cargo Door

Aero Acquisitions B737-400 PEMCO Cargo Door

January 16, 2014 at 12:16 pm 0 comments

Aero Acquisitions Boeing 737-400 at PEMCO Costa Rica facilities. Cutting opening in aircraft to accommodate the installation of a PEMCO cargo door.

Timelapse video of 737-400 conversion

Timelapse video of 737-400 conversion

September 11, 2013 at 11:57 am 0 comments

PEMCO Conversion Timelapse from PEMCO on Vimeo. PEMCO converts a 737-400 from passenger to freighter configuration for Colt Aviation.

Combination Carrier

Combination Carrier

July 12, 2012 at 4:42 pm 0 comments

Once a fairly regular sight, combi and quick-change aircraft operated by major passenger carriers are now exceedingly rare, with only three airlines – KLM, Air China (both with 747-400M’s), and Alaska still operating any sizeable number in scheduled passenger-freight services. Air China will begin phasing out the 747-400M later thisRead More