Precision reaches the 60th 757 re-delivery landmark

Jacksonville, Florida-based Precision Aircraft Solutions has re-delivered its 60th 757 freighter conversion. And it has another nine more Boeing 757 aircraft currently going through its passenger to freighter conversion process.
MSN 29312, Precision’s 60th re-delivery, is also its fifth conversion of the year for European Air Transport Leipzig Airline (EAT), the largest of three airlines that provide dedicated service to the European, Middle Eastern and North African networks of DHL Express.
The actual conversion was undertaken by Flightstar Aircraft Services at its facility also in Jacksonville.
“This conversion represents over a decade of dedication to making Precision products the best in the world,” the company’s president, Gary Warner, enthused.
According to Precision, its 757 converted freighter offers the highest payload (it can take 15 pallets), the only winglet-compatible design and the lowest operational empty weight (OEW) of any 757 conversion in production today.
The company has undertaken freighter and combi conversions for owners and operators in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, India, and the People’s Republic of China.

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