Tasman Cargo will operate another 757 freighter for DHL

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DHL placed a firm order with PRECISION CONVERSIONS for the conversion of a 757-200 to 15-pallet PCF freighter configuration. Precision inducted the 1992-build ex-Air Greenland, Rolls-powered aircraft (25620) at FLIGHTSTAR AIRCRAFT SERVICES’ Jacksonville facility at the end of March, with redelivery to end user TASMAN CARGO AIRLINES scheduled for June.


This will be the sixth 757-200PCF conversion Precision has performed for DHL, and its 29th 757-200PCF overall. Sydney-based Tasman Cargo currently operates a single 757-200F (24268) for DHL.


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