Air China Cargo to add 747-400BCFs to fleet

BOEING and Air China Cargo announced that the carrier will add three 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighters to its cargo fleet.

The modification work on the three Combi airplanes will take place at Taikoo Aircraft Engineering (TAECO) in Xiamen, China. They previously were operated by Air China.

“We look forward to our Boeing 747-400BCFs being of the same high quality as the factory-built freighters we operate,” said Air China Cargo president, Yao Jun. “Since Boeing is responsible for the modification, we know that these airplanes will receive the superior customer support that we have come to expect from Boeing.”

“The 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighter provides an economical solution for Air China Cargo to profitably grow its business,” said Dan da Silva, vice-president of sales for Boeing Commercial Aviation Services. “Air China Cargo recognises, as does the world, the superior reliability, efficiency and value of the 747-400 Boeing Converted Freighter.”

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