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Vallair acquires six A321s to launch the A321P2F program

Emilie Drab
09/05/2018 | 344 words
Vallair acquires six A321s to launch the A321P2F program
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Vallair has built up its initial stock of A321s to launch the A321P2F conversion program. On 24th April, the Luxembourg company indicated that it had acquired six planes produced between 1997 and 1999 to start the work to modify them to cargo aircraft and lease them under short term contracts.

Vallair has signed two conversion agreements with two industrial companies, 321 Precision Conversions in the United States and Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), each time becoming their launch customer for the program to convert A321s into dedicated freighter aircraft. The first (...)
 
 
 
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