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Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par Terryan le Sam 15 Aoû 2009, 21:21

Ouverture de ce sujet à la suite d'une petite information sur l'important marché de la conversion des Boeing 757 en cargo. Airframe robuste ! Un A 321 ou un 737-900 modifiés ne pourrait pas emporter 36 t ou 15 conteneurs, surtout au prix d'un 757 d'occasion converti.

Le loueur Aviation Capital Group commande 3 nouveaux 757 PCF à Precision Conversions qui en a déjà modifié bon nombre.

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Sur AviTrader :

Precision Conversions receives award for up to three 757-200PCFs

Precision Conversions has received an award to provide Aviation Capital Group (ACG) with up to three, 15-pallet position 757-200PCFs. The first conversion, a high gross weight, 1992 year of build 757-200 (MSN 25597) is currently undergoing modification and an S4C airframe check at Flightstar Aircraft Services in Jacksonville, FL and is scheduled for re-delivery in October, 2009. The timing for the remaining two conversions has not yet been determined.

Upon completion of the conversion and the optional Precision Conversions weight upgrade, the first ACG 757-200PCF will be capable of carrying up to 80,000 lbs (36,287 kg) of payload.

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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par Bordline le Jeu 05 Nov 2009, 11:44

La nouvelle compagnie cargo chinoise SF Express reçoit son premier 757 PCF de Precision Conversion.

Très bien, est-ce que PCF paie la "taxe" à Boeing. Droit payable auquel je n'ai pas compris grand chose, finalement.

Sur quelle base un atelier de transformation reçoit-il l'agrément de Boeing et s'affranchit du "droit de passage au cargo" ?

Les propos du vice président marketing( commercial ) de PCF ne le disent pas, sur Flight :


China's SF Express has taken delivery of its first aircraft, a Boeing 757-200PCF converted by Precision Conversions, which will be operated by SF's newly established airline subsidiary.

Precision Conversions vice president marketing and sales Brian McCarthy says SF, which in July contracted
Precision to convert one 757, took delivery of the completed aircraft last week. He says the aircraft is now in China getting painted and it is "the first of a dozen" 757s SF plans to add to its fleet over the next few years.

SF Express is one China's largest cargo and logistics companies with about 65,000 employees. But while SF has had
a gigantic fleet of trucks until now, it has relied on wet-leased capacity from other Chinese cargo carriers to support its express network.

Privately-owned SF first indicated in 2007 it intended to launch its own cargo airline and began acquiring 757 passenger aircraft for the project. The new Shenzhen-based carrier, which has been referred to as SF Airlines and Shunfeng Aviation, is expected to launch operations later this month with an initial investment from SF Express
and Chinese investment firm Shenzhen Taihai. The airline secured initial approval from the CAAC last December.

The 757 that Precision converted for SF was formerly owned by AWAS, according to Flightglobal's ACAS database. The aircraft was built in 1987, carries serial number 24401 and was previously operated by China Southern Airlines.

McCarthy says the re-delivery to SF marks the first re-delivery for Precision since January. In recent years Precision has been converting seven to eight 757s annually but this year it will likely only re-deliver three aircraft. The market "just froze with the recession and the tremendous fall off of in cargo," McCarthy explains.

McCarthy says Precision's third aircraft for 2009 has already been completed and is now waiting for an engine from Rolls-Royce prior to re-delivery to Aviation Capital Group (ACG). In August Precision announced a deal with ACG to convert up to three 757s.

McCarthy says ACG still plans to convert two more 757s at Precision but is waiting to place the first aircraft before committing to additional conversions. He says ACG has two potential customers for the first aircraft, which will be re-delivered shortly.

McCarthy says overall the 757 conversion market is picking up and Precision is now pursuing two new contracts covering aircraft to be converted later this year. There are also several opportunities Precision is now pursuing for early 2010 which McCarthy says "could represent the beginnings of a much better year for Precision".

Oregon-based Precision historically has had two conversion lines at Jacksonville, Florida-based heavy maintenance company Flightstar Aircraft Services. But most of this year the lines have been in start-and-stop mode due to the slow market.

McCarthy says with 80 to 90 757s now in the desert feedstock is no longer an issue. Earlier this decade limited availability of aircraft slowed the output at Precision and other 757 conversion providers.

The SF 757 is the 22nd conversion completed by Precision. The company was established in 2001 and received an FAA supplemental type certificate for its 15 pallet 757-200PCF passenger-to-freighter conversion product in 2005.

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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par Paddy le Mar 29 Déc 2009, 15:05

Pemco rachète les droits de conversions sur B 757 STC cargo d'Alcoa SIE.

Avec la "taxe" Boeing ?



DOTHAN, Ala. - (Business Wire) Pemco World Air Services (“Pemco”) today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire the 757 cargo conversion operations and assets of Alcoa-SIE Conversions LLC (ASCC).

Under the agreement, Pemco will acquire key assets of ASCC including its Boeing 757-200 Supplemental Type Certificate, which is the regulatory authority under which ASCC is permitted to retrofit passenger-configured 757s for subsequent use as freighters.

Financial terms were not disclosed.

Upon the full implementation of the agreement in early 2010, the 757 conversion program will be sold, installed, and supported as a Pemco product.
“We are delighted to add the 757 program to our conversion product line,” said Pemco CEO Wake Smith.

Pemco President Kevin Casey added, “Along with our freighter, combi, and quick-change configurations of the 737-300 and 737-400, the 757 freighter will round out the product portfolio in the Pemco family of narrowbody cargo aircraft options.”

Pemco will couple its market leading narrowbody conversion technology and seamless after-sale support with ASCC’s effective product design to offer a truly compelling 757 cargo program.

“We are pleased to see the highly efficient conversion design that ASCC has pioneered incorporated into the product line of one of the world’s most experienced cargo conversion companies in Pemco,” noted ASCC President Robert Murphy.

Pemco, with operations in Dothan, Alabama, Tampa, Florida and partner operations in Asia, is a leading provider of aircraft MRO services and has performed more than 300 cargo conversions on 24 different aircraft platforms over 40 years.

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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par InPix le Lun 19 Avr 2010, 12:15

Un des spécialiste du secteur Precision Conversion va fournir 3 B 757 à Aerolease Itl, Miami

C'est Flightstar Aircraft Services qui réalisera le PCF, peut-être que PC manage la "taxe Boeing "

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Precision Conversions will provide Aerolease International with three 15-pallet 757-200PCFs.

The first is scheduled for induction this month with the following two scheduled for delivery in May and July.

All three will be modified by Flightstar Aircraft Services.
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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par InPix le Lun 19 Avr 2010, 12:19

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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par DREDD le Ven 30 Avr 2010, 20:49

Pemco maitre d'ouvrage ou maitre d'œuvre d'un 757 QC

Combien vaut un STC ?


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Pemco World Air Services is planning to develop the first passenger to combi and passenger to quick change (QC) conversions for the Boeing 757 in addition to offering its new 757SF product.

The Alabama-based maintenance company last year acquired the 757 passenger to freighter conversion supplemental type certificate of Alcoa-SIE Conversions.

Pemco president Kevin Casey says Pemco plans to use the Alcoa-SIE STC, which provides a freighter with 14.5 pallets, to develop new STCs for a 15-pallet freighter as well as a combi and QC.

He expects the 757 combi will be developed first and "will take about a year" to complete. But he adds the exact timing on when either the combi or QC conversion will be completed is subject to demand.

Casey says for now only the 14.5-pallet full freighter conversion is available and Pemco is ready to begin this conversion as soon as it secures an initial customer.

In the seven years since it was established, the Alcoa-SIE joint venture only completed one conversion, which SIE put down to the fact that most potential customers preferred the 15-pallet solution offered by Precision Conversions.

SIE, which unsuccessfully tried to convince Alcoa to invest in developing a 15-pallet STC, says it is now talking to Pemco about providing the engineering services required to upgrade the existing product to 15 pallets.

Casey confirms these talks are taking place and says "we can do it ourselves but I would love to work with SIE".

Casey is confident Pemco will be able sell the existing 14.5-pallet product to some cargo carriers, pointing out the Singapore Technologies Aerospace STC being used by FedEx Express to convert 87 757s provides
only 14 pallets.


ST Aero in 2008 also completed two 757 passenger to combi/QC conversions for the Royal New Zealand Air Force.

But this conversion was never certificated, and Casey says Pemco plans to be the first provider of 757 combi and QC products in the commercial market.
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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par SWINGER le Ven 22 Oct 2010, 22:17

Pemco World Air Services a obtenu de National Airlines ( et de Boeing ) la conversion de 5 Boeing 757-200.

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Pemco World Air Services this week announced it has launched a 757-200 Combi conversion program with a first order from National Airlines for four, though the launch project will involve a total of five NAC airplanes.

The initial Combi configuration developed for National Airlines has 10 pallet positions in a Class C cargo compartment, pax compartment, two full galleys, and accommodations for multiple supernumerary personnel, a payload of approximately 36 tons and a range comparable to passenger aircraft, Pemco said.

The first NAC 757-200 began conversion in June, the second in August, the third in mid-September and the fourth in October.

The aircraft are Rolls-Royce powered and 180 minutes ETOPs capable.

Pemco said it expects ground and flight tests to begin by year-end and to achieve FAA certification of the 757 Combi in the first quarter of 2011.

Pemco purchased the Alcoa-SIE 14.5-pallet 757-200 passenger-to- full freighter conversion program last year.


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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par SWINGER le Ven 22 Oct 2010, 22:18

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Re: Conversion Cargo B 757

Message par Wanabe le Sam 10 Nov 2012, 12:27

Bonjour,

Le Boeing 757 était vraiment une bonne affaire, que ce soit avec Précision Conversion ou avec un autre.
Il fallait seulement trouver le bon timing ou le bon créneau.

L’indisponibilité de l’appareil était relativement courte comparativement à d’autres modèles (3 à 4 mois).

Au moment où UPS a fait transformer un gros paquet d’avions et à une époque où la taxe Boeing n’existait pas sous sa forme actuelle, on pouvait trouver de la place en atelier pour pas cher.

L’ airframe et les moteurs 535 E4 incroyablement solides.

Je crois que cette époque dorée est révolue.
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