SF Airlines’ fleet reaches 58 freighters

By Damian Brett

SF Airlines’ fleet has reached 58 freighters with the re-delivery of a Boeing 757-200 converted freighter from Precision.

The delivery of the aircraft marks a year of rapid growth for the airline as it has expanded its fleet from 50 freighters at the start of the year. Meanwhile, it has expanded its network to more than 60 cities, including flights to India and Europe.

 It was also recently granted permission to add flights to the US.

The aircraft converted by Precision (MSN 29944) is the 26th B767 to join the airline from the conversion house.

“SF Airlines has become one of our largest customers, and we look forward to supporting their success with Precision freighters for many years to come,” said Precision president Gary Warner.

SF Airlines MSN 29944 was converted at the AMECO facility in Chengdu, China. 

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