Aerovista to convert A321s to freighters

By Damian Brett

Image source: 321 Precision Conversions

Dubai-based lessor Aerovista has contracted 321 Precision to convert two A321-200 aircraft into a freighter configuration.

The two aircraft, MSNs 1451 and 1503 are scheduled to induct during the first and second quarters of next year.

Building upon their previous individual experience of leasing, trading, and converting narrowbody aircraft, Aerovista has been developing its freighter product offering since early 2021.

“We are excited to be embarking on the next phase of our company’s growth stage and expanding our product offering with the latest A321PCF to offer to our clients. Furthermore, we are delighted to partner with Precision Aircraft Solutions to deliver our first two freighters as they have a reputable and proven track record of successfully converting aircraft,” said Yuriy Tokarev, vice president of asset management, Aerovista.

“We are excited to have Aerovista as our latest A321-200PCF customer and appreciate their confidence in Precision as the market leader in large narrowbody conversions,” added Zach Young, director of sales and marketing, 321 Precision Conversions.

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