PacAvi And GAMECO ‘On Track’ With A320 PTF Conversion

US-based conversion specialist PacAvi and component MRO Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (GAMECO) have completed the preliminary design review of their joint A320 and A321 passenger-to-freighter (PTF) conversion programme and remain on track to bring it to market in 2017.

US-based conversion specialist PacAvi and component MRO Guangzhou Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (GAMECO) have completed the preliminary design review of their joint A320 and A321 passenger-to-freighter (PTF) conversion programme and remain on track to bring it to market in 2017.

The PTF conversion work on the A320 freighter aircraft will take place at GAMECO’s Guangzhou facility, where it will also develop PacAvi’s A321 LITE prototype.

PacAvi CEO Stephan Hollmann said: “We are going to advance the industry’s traditional approach with a groundbreaking one stop shop-concept, offering tailored turnkey packages of airframe sourcing, purchase, customised conversion, and leasing or sale to airline customers of all tiers, worldwide.”

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