Swiftair orders B737 pax to freighter conversions

Spanish carrier Swiftair has placed firm orders for four B737-400SF passenger to freighter conversions with Aeronautical Engineers Inc (AEI) and has options on a further four aircraft.
The first B737-400, built in 1991, is currently being modified at Commercial Jet Inc (CJI) in Miami, an authorised AEI conversion centre.
The second aircraft is on location in Miami and will commence modification in mid-September. All the aircraft will be modified at CJI in Miami.
The Madrid-based passenger and freighter operator has a range of aircraft with cargo capacities between 1.5 tonnes and 22 tonnes, including the ATR42F, ATR72F, B727-200F and B737-300F, according to its website.
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