KF Aerospace’s Tracy Medve to speak on CFS conversion panel

Americas demand wave drives 737 Classic conversions
Tracy Medve has served as president of Canada-based KF Aerospace for seven years. (Photo: KF Aerospace)

Tracy Medve, president of KF Aerospace, has joined the Cargo Facts Symposium 2020 speaker faculty. Medve will discuss the outlook for narrowbody freighter conversions amid the pandemic on a virtual roundtable session titled, “Narrowbody freighters: Prospects for conversion and fleet expansion.”

The session will be broadcast live on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 11:00 a.m. EST.

“I look forward to discussing the positive impact the pandemic has had on the availability and affordability of the 737NG and A320 series conversion candidate market, whether that market will hold strong as we transition out of the pandemic and, of course, how that instability will affect opportunities for Classic conversions moving forward,” said Medve.

Medve has dedicated over thirty-five years to the Canadian aviation industry. Using her professional background in law and business administration, she has served in various airline executive positions throughout her career, with over seven years in her current role as president of Canada’s largest commercial aircraft maintenance and engineering provider, a cargo carrier, an aircraft leasing company, and provider of military pilot training to the Royal Canadian Air Force.

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Cargo Facts Symposium is the leading airfreight conference, and it remains vitally crucial to the industry during the COVID-19 crisis. This year’s virtual event runs Oct. 27-28 on a digital platform that allows for panels, live discussion and Q&A, as well as one-on-one networking.

Medve joins this year’s distinguished speaker faculty comprised of executives from Air Transport Services Group, Atlas Air, American Airlines, GECAS Cargo, UPS Airlines, Volga-Dnepr Group, and many more. More information, along with the complete conference agenda, is available here, on the conference website. Airline delegates are entitled to complimentary conference registration.

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