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Boeing delivers the 1st 737-800 BCF to GECAS

Emilie Drab
09/05/2018 | 204 words
Boeing delivers the 1st 737-800 BCF to GECAS
West Atlantic will be the first airline to operate the 737-800 BCF. On 19th April, Boeing celebrated the delivery of the first 737-800 converted into a full freighter aircraft to GECAS, which will then pass it onto the Swedish airline.

West Atlantic is expecting four of the aircraft converted by Boeing within the next eleven months. At this point, the group will have twenty three 737F in its fleet.

The 737-800 BCF is able to transport up to 23.9 tonnes of goods and can travel 3 750 km (...)
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