SF Airlines takes delivery of latest B737 conversion from Pemco

Pemco World Air Services has redelivered another B737-300 passenger-to-freighter converted aircraft to fast growing China-based express operator SF Airlines.
The latest redelivery marks the seventeenth B737-300/400 Pemco-converted aircraft to SF Airlines, which is owned by delivery firm SF Express.
The aircraft modification was performed by partner STAECO in Jinan Shandong, who is in the process of converting two more planes to be added to SF Airlines’ cargo fleet by year-end.
“We’re proud to see the continued growth of SF Airlines,” said PEMCO director of conversion programmes Mike Andrews. “And honored our converted aircraft contribute to the company’s successful cargo business.”
SF Airlines’ new B737-300 Pemco-converted aircraft features nine pallet positions, up to 43,100 pounds of payload, 4,600 cu ft of total volume, and a max range exceeding 2,000 miles.
In August Pemco celebrated its 100th B737 conversion, also carried out on behalf of SF Airlines. This aircraft represents the fourteenth B737-300 classic in the SF fleet.

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