Jetran to convert three B757s with Precision

By Damian Brett

Precision converted B757-200

Lessor Jetran International (Jetran) has awarded Precision Aircraft Solutions with a contract to convert three Boeing 757-200 aircraft into freighters.

The aircraft, MSNs 24613, 24614 and 25296, will be placed into freighter conversion at the Flightstar Aircraft Services facility in Jacksonville, FL.

These aircraft will be Jetran’s first 757-200PCFs with Precision and will be headed to Swiftair once completed.

Precision Vice President of Marketing and Sales Brian McCarthy said: “Jetran has secured a significant presence in the narrowbody cargo aircraft development arena and we are happy to see their continued confidence in the 757-200 with the placement of these three converted aircraft.”

Jordan Jaffe, President of Jetran, added: “We are thrilled to add the Precision 757 conversion to our list of freighter development options that complement our 737-700 and -800 conversion programmes. The Precision converted freighter has become an industry standard and a logical extension to Swiftair’s growing 757 freighter fleet.”

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