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Aviation maintenance and engineering company Pemco World Air Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Air Transport Services Group (ATSG), has launched its Passenger-to-FlexCombi and Passenger-to-Freighter conversion programmes for Boeing next-generation 737-700 aircraft. They will be marketed as B737-700FC and B737-700F.
“We’re excited to finally announce the launch of our 700-series conversion programs for the Boeing 737,” said Pemco director of conversion programs Mike Andrews. “Over the past several months, we have worked closely with our customers to fully understand their requirements and implement a comprehensive solution.”
The launch customer for the Pemco B737-700FC is Bahrain-based Chisholm Enterprises, an international provider of tailored aviation and business solutions in the Middle East. Its subsidiary, Texel Air, a non-scheduled cargo airline, will operate the B737-700FC from Bahrain International Airport.