New Chinese cargo start up gets first 757F

CHINA’s SF Airlines – due to launch later in November – has taken delivery of its first Boeing 757-200 converted freighter. The freighter is now being painted before entering service.SF Airlines is the offshoot of SF Express, which previously was only a Shanghai-based trucking company before it then started to wet lease capacity off other cargo operators.Precision Conversions vice-president of marketing and sales, Brian McCarthy said the freighter is “the first of a dozen” 757s the company will deliver to SF over the next few years.

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