Alaska Airlines appears to have switched suppliers for an order for up to seven 737-400 passenger-to-freighter and passenger-to-Combi conversions. A year ago, the carrier announced it had selected a team comprising InterContinental Aviation Services of Taiwan, the Flight Structures Inc. unit of B/E Aerospace and Boeing to perform the conversions on five of its 737-400s in a deal valued at $15 million (ATWOnline, July 16, 2004). Yesterday, however, Pemco Aviation Group said it would perform ...

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