E-commerce clogs up freighter production line

Unless you are looking to turn a Boeing 747 into all-cargo configuration, you will need patience. 
Conversion lines for aircraft ranging from B737-400s up to B767-300s are booked solid for months to come.
“We are full out on ten lines until next April,” reports Bob Convey, vice president of sales and marketing at narrowbody conversion specialist Aeronautical Engineers Inc. (AEI), which is dealing mostly with B737-400s these days.
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