Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) Bedek Aviation Group has signed licensing agreements with Boeing to perform modifications of 767-200/300s and 747-400s, including passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversions.
The agreements apply to 72 767-200/300s and 29 747-400s that were previously converted by IAI for various customers, as well as future IAI conversions, the Israeli company says in a statement.
Bedek has been a Boeing licensee for P2F conversions of the 737-300/400 since 2010.
Airlines for America (A4A) Vice President of Environmental Affairs Nancy Young is confident that significant progress on a single, global market-based measures agreement for airlines will be made at the upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Assembly.
WASHINGTON - Airlines for America's Nancy Young is confident that significant progress on a single, global market-based measures agreement for airlines will be made at the upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization Assembly. (Photo: Joepriesaviation.net)
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