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August 2018

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Aeronautical Engineers, Inc (AEI) has signed a contract to provide Mexico-based Aeronaves TSM (TSM) with four additional Bombardier CRJ200 SF freighter conversions. The first CRJ200 of this order will commence in September, with redelivery scheduled for January 2019. The second, third and fourth aircraft will commence in March, July, and December of 2019 respectively. Commercial Jet’s Dothan, AL, facility will perform the modification touch labour for all four conversions. Upon completion and delivery, TSM will operate a total of 8 AEI CRJ200 SF freighters. TSM’s plans call for at least doubling its fleet of CRJ200 SF freighters in the coming years.


Boeing and GECAS announced an agreement for 35 additional 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters. The deal, which includes 20 firm orders and an option for 15 more, would take GECAS' 737-800BCF order book from 15 to 50. With total firm and option aircraft commitments now at fifty 737-800BCFs, GECAS will commit nearly $1.5 billion worth of 737-800s with conversions to the narrow body freighter sector. This agreement, which is subject to GECAS board approval, would take the total commitments for the 737-800BCF program to 80 aircraft from more than half a dozen customers.



IPR Conversions and Cebu Pacific of the Philippines have signed an agreement to convert two ATR 72-500 passenger aircraft into freighters. The ATRs, which will be equipped with Large Cargo Door (LCD) and Structural Tube together with an Ancra Cargo Loading System (CLS) will be converted at the Sabena technics facility in Dinard, France.

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