AEI delivers 737-400 to MNG

AERONAUTICAL Engineers (AEI) has delivered Turkey’s first 737-400 freighter to MNG Airlines.

The completed aircraft was the first Boeing-licensed third party supplemental-type certificate passenger-to-freighter conversion under Boeing’s new freighter technical-support programme, which went into effect in April 2009.

MNG Airlines will use the freighter between Istanbul, Paris, London and Cologne on scheduled flights.

It was converted at AEI’s conversion centre at Miami International Airport.

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