GlobalX prepares for another Airbus A321P2F

Source: ST Engineering

Global Crossing Airlines (GlobalX) is due to receive another Airbus A321 Passenger-to-Freighter (P2F) conversion aircraft shortly.

The Miami-based airline said in a LinkedIn post on May 7 that the aircraft is due to become operational at the end of May.

“Our next A321 freighter- N411 GX- the “Spirit of Liberty” has now received all required FAA modification approvals, and is in final prep before test flights this week and then delivery to Miami,” said GlobalX.

“We expect to place this aircraft into revenue service at the end of May.”

GlobalX’s received its first A321P2F in December last year after conversion by ST Engineering.

In May 2021, GlobalX signed a letter of intent (LOI) to lease five A321P2F aircraft with ST Engineering’s Aviation Asset Management unit. These aircraft are being converted and leased to GlobalX progressively.

Air Cargo News has contacted GlobalX for confirmation of how many A321P2F aircraft it currently has in operation.

GlobalX close to receiving first A321 freighter conversion

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