Ancra to provide loading system for Sine Draco A321 freighter conversion

Ancra International will provide its cargo loading system for the Airbus A321 passenger-to-freighter conversion programme (A321 SDF) by Sine Draco Aviation Technology.
Sine Draco, which announced its development of the A321SDF earlier this year, specialises in developing, managing and executing large-scale aviation projects, including aircraft design, modification, certification and investment management.
Ed Dugic, director of sales and marketing for US-based Ancra, declared: “Our unparalleled experience with narrow body aircraft eliminated the CLS product development risk for Sine Draco, and the proliferation of our CLS products in the global fleet of freighter aircraft means that Sine Draco’s customers can rest assured that the CLS in their new aircraft will be of the same high quality and reliability that they are accustomed to from Ancra.”
Alex Deriugin, chief executive of US-based Sine Draco Aviation Technology, said: “The partners involved in the project actively cooperate with each other and have made significant progress to our A321 passenger to freighter program.”

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