Evergreen International Airlines, the Oregon-based cargo carrier, has signed up for a Boeing 747-400 passenger-to-freighter conversion that will be delivered in 2012, Boeing said. The aircraft will be the first of the type to enter the airline's fleet. Boeing said the conversion will mark its 50th 747-400 converted freighter. It contracts out the touch work to Taikoo Aircraft Engineering in Xiamen, China. Boeing VP-freighter conversions Dan da Silva told ATW in a recent interview ...

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