Airbus A320/321 conversion prospects

A SMART career move for suitable members of the A320 and A321 passenger aircraft family is to become a converted freighter, as heir apparent to the integrator’s Boeing 757 workhorse.
There are two companies positioning themselves in the A320/321 narrowbody passenger to freighter (P2F) conversion market, estimated at 2,200 suitable airframes becoming available by 2028…
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