Ancra receives FAA Certification for CRJ200 SF cargo loading systems

Ancra International has received Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification in the US for the cargo loading system for the CRJ200 SF passenger to freighter (P2F) conversion by Aeronautical Engineers Inc’s (AEI).
The system is capable of carrying eight 61.5" x 88" ULDs OR eight 62" x 88" ULDs; Ancra also offers a kit to facilitate the rapid reconfiguring of the loading system between the two cargo transport options.
Ancra currently provides all of the cargo loading systems for AEI’s P2F aircraft conversions including the Boeing 737-300SF, 737-400SF, MD-80SF, CRJ200 SF and the 737-800 conversion currently in development.

“Ancra is very pleased to have worked with AEI to bring this new product to the aircraft freighter market space,” said Ed Dugic, director of sales and marketing for Ancra.
“AEI’s significant backlog of orders for the CRJ200 SF will help us to continue in our role as the world’s leading supplier of aircraft main deck cargo loading system products.”

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