Pemco World Air Services (PEMCO) has delivered its first converted aircraft (MSN 24690) to Vallair. The European-based aviation asset management company holds options for additional PEMCO-converted aircraft.
“PEMCO and Vallair both give older aircraft new life,” said Mike Andrews, PEMCO director of conversion programs. “We are pleased to offer Vallair and their customers more years of aircraft service that contribute to their company’s bottom line.”
Vallair’s B737-400 PEMCO-converted aircraft features 11 pallet positions, up to 48,000 pounds of payload, and 4,600 cubic feet of total volume. The optimized center of gravity of PEMCO’s B737-400 freighter yields the highest possible usable payload and retains maximum best-in-class fuel efficiency for unbeatable range and operating economics.
PEMCO’s 60-plus customers select the company’s passenger-to-freighter conversion for its superior cargo door and system, superior operating functions, on-time turnaround, and a track record of 2 million hours of safe, reliable operation. PEMCO B737 freighter conversions are designed, certified and supported using data obtained through a Boeing Data licensing agreement to ensure maximum performance and reliability.