Cebu signs up for ATR conversions from IPR

IPR Conversions and Cebu Pacific signed an agreement to convert two of its ATR 72-500 passenger aircraft into freighters.
The ATR’s, which will be equipped with Large Cargo Door (LCD) and Structural Tube together with an Ancra Cargo Loading System (CLS), will be converted at Sabena Technics facility in France.
IPR said the all-cargo ATR 72-500 aircraft allows the Cebu Pacific network to offer point-to-point freight deliveries.
Low-cost Philippines-based carrier Cebu Pacific offers flights to 37 domestic and 26 international destinations, operating an extensive network across Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and the US.
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