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AEI signs contract with Airwork for an additional B737-400SF

AEI signs contract with Airwork for an additional B737-400SF

Aeronautical Engineers has signed a contract with New Zealand-based Airwork to provide the company with an additional B737-400SF freighter conversion.

The aircraft (MSN 28702) represents the 12th AEI B737-400SF freighter conversion for Airwork. All modification touch labour and maintenance will be performed by Commercial Jet’s facility in Miami, Florida and will commence in early February.

Commercial Jet is the sole authorised AEI Conversion Center to provide modification touch labor for all prior Airwork B737-400SF conversions. AEI’s B737-400SF shall provide Airwork with a highly flexible Ancra CLS capable of carrying multiple ULD’s including: (10) 88”x125” ULDs in P1 to P10 or (8) 96”x125” in P1 to P10 and (1) 53”x88”x64” Pallet or AEP/AEH or 60.4”x61.5” AKE/LD3 or 61.5”x88”x56”H AYY in P11

This unique flexibility has been designed by AEI to allow cargo operators to immediately adapt to multiple ULD configurations at a moment’s notice. When combined with proven reliability, the AEI-converted B737-400SF will allow Airwork to keep their aircraft in the air.

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.


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