321 Precision Conversions earns EASA approval for the A321-200PCF

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9800 SW Nimbus Ave, Beaverton, OR 97008
Zachary Young, Director of Sales and Marketing
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Beaverton, OR., January 4, 2024 – 321 Precision Conversions is pleased to announce the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has approved the A321-200 freighter conversion (A321-200PCF) FAA STC ST02716SE. This certification further validates the Precision design and enables the most fuel efficient A321-200 freighter conversion to operate on key European routes.

Gary Warner, 321 Precision Conversions president, shares his excitement about this milestone: “We are proud to announce EASA has determined that our A321-200PCF met stringent EASA certification standards and has issued EASA STC 10083629. This approval provides European customers with the right cargo conversion option for the popular A321-200 freighter.”

321 Precision Conversions has already received Chinese and Malaysian authority approvals for its FAA STC. 

The fully supported A321-200PCF exceeds all expectations by providing (14) A-Code 88 x 125-inch main deck positions and (10) ULD positions in the lower hold when equipped. Capability is increased by decreasing the operating empty weight (OEW) rather than requiring costly weight upgrades. No permanent ballast installation yields a lower fuel burn, lower carbon footprint, and higher standard payload. The A321-200PCF is certified for V2500 and CFM engines of multiple thrust ratings.  

321 Precision Conversions is a joint venture between Aircraft Transport Services Group and Precision Aircraft Solutions to deliver the A321-200PCF freighter conversion across the globe. Precision Aircraft Solutions set the global standard for B757-200 conversions and continues its legacy of industry-leading passenger-to-freighter cargo conversions with the A321-200.