PEMCO redelivers first of two 737-400F to AerCaribe
JULY 20, 2015: PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO) has redelivered the first of two aircrafts to AerCaribe. The two-conversion agreement was secured early first quarter of 2015, and the first plane was redelivered May 2015. The second aircraft is planned for induction later this year. The 737-400F (MSN 24431), converted at PEMCO’s Tampa facility, will be the first of its kind for the AerCaribe fleet.
“We are honored to have partnered with AerCaribe for the expansion and re-sizing of their fleet” said PEMCO CEO Pastor Lopez. “PEMCO looks forward to continue providing this successful and versatile company with reliable, world-class cargo offerings.”
PEMCO’s redelivery to AerCaribe – a 737-400F – offers 11 pallet positions, a full-featured cargo loading system with retractable sill plate and over-rideable side restraints, all engineered to deliver industry-leading reliability and a 48,000 lb. maximum payload. Customers select PEMCO’s passenger-to-freighter conversion for its superior cargo door and system, unmatched operating economics, and unrivaled two million hours of safe, reliable operation. PEMCO B737 freighter conversions are the world’s only designed, certified and supported conversions, using genuine Boeing data obtained through a Boeing Data licensing agreement to ensure maximum performance and reliability.