PacAvi Group inducts first A320 freighter conversion

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP January 27, 2015 21:17

PacAvi Group inducts first A320 freighter conversion

German-American aviation company PacAvi Group inducted its first Airbus A320 aircraft for conversion to freighter configuration at the HAITEC facility at Frankfurt Hahn Airport (HHN). PacAvi launched its A320 Family P-to-F conversion program in September last year but the programme has now been launched with German MRO HAITEC beginning conversion of its first A320. The aircraft msn 293, was originally delivered to Air Malta in 1992, and most recently operated by Hermes Airlines, but is now carrying US registration N320AB.

The basic PacAvi A320 P-to-F conversion includes the following:
•    121-inch electrically operated main-deck cargo door, located forward of the wing and opening to 72°
•    Main-deck manual cargo-loading system
•    Class E cargo compartment with safety barrier net/smoke curtain
•    Ten 88 x 125-inch main-deck pallet positions, plus an eleventh half-pallet position, or nine 96 x 125-inch pallet positions
•    Lower-deck capacity for seven LD3-45W containers, plus bulk cargo
•    Maximum structural payload will be up to about 21 tonnes, depending on options chosen

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