AEI to convert B737-300 for Air Cargo

BULGARIA’S Cargo Air has chosen Miami-based Aeronautical Engineers to provide a B737-300SF passenger-to-freighter conversion. The aircraft is scheduled for redelivery to Cargo Air in April 2010. This is the second nine-position B737-300SF Cargo Air has converted with AEI.Petar Cenkov, general manager of Cargo Air, said: “Our decision to convert a second B737-300SF with AEI was based upon two factors: AEI having become a Boeing-licensed STC [Supplemental Type Certificate] Provider and its conversion design providing nine 88” by 125” positions. This is the only conversion available that offers nine full positions and our customers are willing to pay a premium for this additional space.”

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