Air China Cargo (Beijing) intends to add four Boeing 757-200 freighters to its fleet. Precision Conversions has won the contract to convert the aircraft. Precision Conversions issued this statement:
Precision Conversions, LLC is very pleased to announce that the company has won a contract to provide Air China Cargo Company Ltd., a Joint Venture between Air China (Beijing) and Cathay Pacific Airways (Hong Kong), a total of four (4) full 15-cargo position 757-200PCFs. The first aircraft was inducted for modification at the Taikoo Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd. (TAECO) maintenance facility in Xiamen on July 31. The second aircraft will commence modification in November. The remaining two aircraft are being placed in production slots for early 2014. All four aircraft will be used for express package transportation in China. Air China Cargo Company Ltd., is based in Beijing, China and operates to 36 cities in 27 countries.
To date, Precision Conversions has redelivered a total of thirty six (36) full 15 cargo position 757-200PCF freighters to customers operating in Europe, North and South America, India, Africa, and P.R. China. Precision also redelivered one (1) 757-200PCF Combi aircraft variant earlier this year.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing/AirlinersGallery.com. Air China’s Boeing 757-2Y0 B-2826 (msn 26155), still carrying passengers, prepares to touch down at the Beijing (Capital) hub.