Printed headline: Cargo Conundrum Many types of aircraft can be given a new lease on life when they are converted from passenger jet to freighter, but doing so presents considerable engineering challenges—and relies on a steady supply to the market of older models. Converting a passenger aircraft to a freighter involves removing anything that is surplus to requirements, such as equipment and furnishings—including seats, galleys, toilets, stowage bins, side and ceiling ...

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