Precision Completes Sixth Conversion for Cargojet


Precision Aircraft Solutions has completed its sixth 757-200 passenger-to-freighter conversion for CargoJet, a scheduled cargo airline based in Ontario, Canada.

“Precision is pleased to be able to provide another 757-200PCF to the growing CargoJet fleet,” said Precision resident Gary Warner.

Work on the B757-200PCF aircraft, MSN 24605, was performed at Flightstar in Jacksonville, Florida.

The 757-200PCF is the flagship product of Precision Conversions, who are a a Boeing Licensee that maximizes the utility, service life, revenue potential and residual value of the aircraft, as a freighter.

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