Despite current short supply, scores more passenger aircraft, large and small, are being transformed into freighters
Despite short-term constraints on aircraft availability, the passenger-to-freighter conversion market is booming, with upward of 1,000 aircraft expected to be converted over the next decade. Seventy-six jet transports were converted to freighter configuration last year, and the number is expected to reach 100 per year in the near future, according to Chris Seymour, head of market development for Ascend, a division of Airclaims. Consulting firms AeroStrategy and TeamSAI both are ...
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