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ATSG delivers first 767-300 converted freighter to Air Incheon

ATSG delivers first 767-300 converted freighter to Air Incheon

Air Transport Services Group has delivered its first Boeing 767-300 converted freighter to Air Incheon under a six-year dry lease agreement.

The South Korean airline, based at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport received the aircraft from ATSG’s subsidiary, ATSG West Leasing and has agreed to lease a second 767-300 when the aircraft completes modification in the second half of 2018.

Air Incheon operates two Boeing 737 Freighters from Incheon, and a third 737 is undergoing passenger-to-freighter conversion via a contract Pemco World Air Services, a division of ATSG’s Airborne Maintenance and Engineering Services subsidiary.

ATSG chief commercial officer, Mike Berger says: “We are very pleased to deliver the first of two 767 freighters to Air Incheon. This is especially positive for us, as it represents the launch of a new customer relationship. We are looking forward to a very bright future with Air Incheon.”


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