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Latest Aviation News MRO & Support THE CONVERSION PROGRAMME OF BOEING 777-300ERS INTO FULL-FREIGHTER AIRCRAFT WILL BE READY IN 3 YEARS

The conversion programme of Boeing 777-300ERs into full-freighter aircraft will be ready in 3 years

Romain Guillot
31/10/2019 | 303 words
The conversion programme of Boeing 777-300ERs into full-freighter aircraft will be ready in 3 years
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GECAS and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) have launched a new full-freighter aircraft conversion programme based on Boeing's 777-300ER platform. The 777-300ERSF (Special Freighter) programme, which has already been named the "Big Twin", should come into service at the end of 2022.

The prototype, an aircraft which is currently being operated by Emirates, will be provided by the American leasing company and will be converted by IAI in Tel Aviv over a two-year period from December 2020. Later conversions will then only take between four and five months.

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