More B757 conversion orders for Precision

Precision Conversions, LLC (Precision) has announced that the company has won a contract to provide Aerolease International, Inc. (Aerolease) with three, full 15-pallet position 757-200PCF freighters. The first aircraft, a Pratt & Whitney powered B757-200 is scheduled for induction in April with two more scheduled to follow in May and July. Additionally, the three freighters […]


Precision Conversions, LLC (Precision) has announced that the company has won a contract to provide Aerolease International, Inc. (Aerolease) with three, full 15-pallet position 757-200PCF freighters. The first aircraft, a Pratt & Whitney powered B757-200 is scheduled for induction in April with two more scheduled to follow in May and July. Additionally, the three freighters will have the weight upgrade option offered by Precision, which increases the maximum zero fuel weight and payload.

The company has also won a contract to provide SF Airlines with their second, full 15-pallet position 757-200PCF. SF Airlines, based in Shenzhen, China, recently purchased the 1992 ex-Air China Rolls-Royce powered B757-200. The first SF Airlines 757-200PCF was re-delivered in October of 2009.

The second SF Airlines aircraft will undergo modification at the Taikoo Aircraft Engineering Co. Ltd. (TAECO) maintenance facility in Xiamen and will be the first Precision Conversions 757- 200PCF to be converted by TAECO.

In 2009, Precision Conversions signed an agreement with TAECO to perform modifications for its 757-200PCF freighter. The arrangement with TAECO allows for the expansion of capacity for Precision Conversions and will assist Precision’s customers to realise significant savings due to reduced ferry costs and other maintenance related items by having a 757-200PCF specialised modification facility in the region, Precision said.