GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) plans to convert a further 30 Boeing 737-800s into freighters. The aircraft lessor said it launched the 737-800 freighter program with Aeronautical Engineers in 2015 and Boeing in 2016. Since then, the Irish-American company has provided each program with a prototype aircraft for modification at separate conversion facilities in Miami, Florida, and Shanghai. All the feedstock aircraft will come from GECAS’ existing portfolio and converted when the ...

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