PEMCO delivers 737-400F to AerCaribe

US-based PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO) has confirmed the redelivery of a converted passenger to freighter (P2F) Boeing 737-400F to AerCaribe, a charter airline serving Colombia.
The P2F agreement was secured in the first quarter of 2015, and the first plane redelivered May, said  aircraft conversion specialist PEMCO. The second aircraft is planned for induction later this year.
The 737-400F (MSN 24431), converted at PEMCO’s Tampa facility, will be the first of its kind for the AerCaribe fleet.
PEMCO’s 737-400F offers 11 pallet positions, a full-featured cargo loading system with retractable sill plate and over-rideable side restraints, all engineered to deliver good reliability and a 48,000lbs (22 tonnes) maximum payload.
AerCaribe was founded in 1997 as an operator of charter flights in and out of Colombia. AerCaribe’s main base of operations is located in Bogota, with sub-base operations in San José del Guaviare, and Lima, Peru. The company’s fleet includes Beechcraft-200, Antonoc-26 and Antonov-32 aircraft.

Share this story

Related Topics

Latest americas news

Kalitta and Cargo Choice hope new Ecuador flights will bloom

By Damian Brett

Kalitta Air has launched new freighter flights from Ecuador to the US in partnership with GSA Choice Cargo as they…

Read More

Share this story

Omni Logistics opens new facility near Los Angeles Airport

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Omni Logistics has opened a new warehouse and cross-dock facility near Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in California, US. This…

Read More

Share this story

DHL Supply Chain acquires healthcare logistics specialist in Mexico

By Rebecca Jeffrey

DHL Supply Chain has acquired Mexico-based pharmaceutical and healthcare logistics specialist New Transport Applications (NTA). Currently, NTA serves more than…

Read More

Share this story