Airwork places 757-200PCF with Swiftair

Spain-based Swiftair has taken redelivery of a 757-200PCF (24617, ex-American Airlines) on lease from New Zealand-based Airwork. The aircraft was converted at the AerSale facility in Goodyear, AZ (GYR), and was flown to Madrid (MAD) via Portsmouth, NH (PSM), and Shannon (SNN) [FATs 005069-005071]. This is the first 757-200PCF to be added by Swiftair since […]

Third Jetran 757-200 for Swiftair enters P-to-F conversion

The final aircraft in a three-aircraft 757-200 passenger-to-freighter conversion deal between Jetran and Precision Aircraft Solutions is expected to arrive in Jacksonville (VQQ) for conversion at about 5:30 PM local time today. Once converted, this third unit (25296) will join the other two (24613 and 24614, all ex-American Airlines) in operation for Spain-based Swiftair [FATs […]

Do ASL rumors, West Atlantic acquisition point to shedding of European AOCs ahead?

  • Caryn Livingston
  • June 28, 2019
Will the changes in ownership at West Atlantic and ASL Aviation lead to some shedding of AOCs and other changes in the European contract airline landscape? Following the acquisition of West Atlantic by Spain-based Swiftair parent LUSAT, the combined group will have five airlines in Spain, Greece, Sweden and the UK, operating a combined active […]

Jetran to boost Swiftair 757F fleet with three Precision conversions

US-based Jetran inked a deal with Precision Aircraft Solutions to convert three ex-American Airlines 757-200s to freighter configuration [FATs 005011-5016]. Following conversion, Jetran will deliver the trio of 757-200PCFs to Spain-based Swiftair [FATS 005017-5020]. As a major player in the aircraft trading business, Jetran has previously been involved in sourcing 757 feedstock for conversions, but […]

Swiftair orders four 737-400 conversions from AEI

Spain-based Swiftair placed a firm order for four 737-400 P-to-F conversions from Aeronautical Engineeers Inc, with an option for an additional four. The first aircraft (24438, ex-Samair) is in conversion at the Commercial Jet facility in Miami, the second (24445, ex-Wat Phnom Airlines) will enter conversion at the same facility shortly. In addition to 14 […]
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