Boeing is looking at a conversion programme for its 777 as the supply of widebody freighters tightens.
Most carriers are reluctant to invest in new production cargo aircraft and thus the scene is tilting in favour of a converted 777 freighter, despite a hefty conversion price tag.
Large widebody cargo planes are in hot demand. The current shortage has prompted efforts to get hold of ageing 747-400 passenger aircraft to revive the virtually defunct conversion programme …
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