ASL Airlines Australia (ASLA) has welcomes its first 737-800 freighter aircraft to its fleet. It is the first 737 converted freighter to operate in Australia. The company added the aircraft to its fleet following a revision to its air operators certificate (AOC) by Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). This first aircraft was part of ASL Aviation Holdings’ 737-800 conversion programme which includes slots for 40 aircraft to be converted and placed into operation in ASL’s airlines in Ireland, France, Belgium, Thailand, India and now Australia. The aircraft is set to offer cost efficient opportunities to its air cargo customers

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