Gecas and IAI launch 777-300ER cargo conversion programme

October 17, 2019 Alex Lennane

Aircraft lessor Gecas appears to be increasingly warming to freighters. It has now ordered 15 conversions of the 777-300ER from IAI, which has launched the conversion programme, in what is the first after-market cargo modification for the 777, according to FlightGlobal. 
The new freighter will be larger than the factory 777 freighter, with 10 more positions than the 777-200LRF – and eight more than a factory 747-400F. 
Gecas said it thought the -300ERSF can capture 40 ...

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