The latest Oliver Wyman forecast predicts nearly 70 cargo conversions in 2019, and not all of these will be giant widebodies or even mainline narrowbody freighters. The e-commerce revolution and need for speed in delivering packages has generated an appetite for variety in regional cargo aircraft types of smaller capacity. These regional jets or turboprops can be either aircraft modified with special cargo doors to load the standard containers shipped on bigger jets or simply be ...

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