B757, built to Precision

Fleet replacements in Europe and rapid e-commerce growth in China have kept the production lines rolling in the Boeing 757-200 passenger to freighter (P2F) conversion market.
None more so than for US-based Precision Aircraft Solutions, which will undertake 20 such narrowbody conversions this year, and expects to do the same number in 2016 and 2017, after which the order book will “gracefully decline” during the following five to ten year…
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