A second lease of life

Ian Harbison sits down with key players from across the sector to discuss the surge in interest for passenger-to-freighter conversions

Passenger-to-freighter (P2F) options have become more affordable since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis
A modified Boeing 767-300 takes flight

Earlier this year, the world witnessed a sharp increase in demand for cargo capacity to transport medicines and protective equipment to help in the fight against COVID-19. This surge was compounded by the grounding of passenger aircraft, with the loss of a significant amount of ‘belly’ space on these jets.

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