The continued forecast growth in air cargo traffic is spiking interest in both narrowbody and widebody main deck freighters, with retired passenger jets prime candidates for cargo conversions. In the medium freighter segment, the focus appears to be on the Boeing 767. “With an increasing number of 767-300ERs being phased out of passenger service, a strong supply of feedstock for cargo conversions is becoming available,” says Ken Herbert, managing director of Canaccord Genuity in ...


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