Two More Freighter Conversions From Precision Aircraft Solutions Joins DHL’s Global Operating Network

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BEAVERTON, Ore. (Feb. 29, 2016) – Precision Aircraft Solutions has redelivered two more converted 757 freighters to operate in the DHL global network.

The first conversion, MSN 27974, a former Yakutia aircraft, was completed at HAECO Americas in Greensboro, NC, and redelivered to Chennai, India, for DHL affiliate Blue Dart Aviation.

The second conversion, 29443, a former Nordwind aircraft, was completed at Flightstar in Jacksonville, Fla., for DHL airline subsidiary EAT Leipzig.

“We are proud that the Precision freighter conversion can play a part in DHL’s global fleet expansion, and grateful for the organization’s lasting confidence in our product,” said Precision President Gary Warner.

With the addition of the two latest conversions, the DHL global network now operates 22 Precision-converted aircraft around the globe, including several in India, Australia, North America, the Republic of Panama and the Kingdom of Bahrain.


About Precision Aircraft Solutions

Precision Aircraft Solutions is an international leader in aircraft modification, based in Portland, Ore., USA. The organization earned its stripes as Precision Conversions, converting 757-200 passenger aircraft to freighter and combi configurations for the likes of DHL, SF Airlines, Air China Cargo and ATI. Through its new, extensive collection of services Precision not only can source and convert aircraft, it can also design, substantiate, certify, support, and manage aircraft programs, modifications, and repairs. From structures to systems, kitting to conversions, inside the plane or out — if it can be done, Precision can do it. For more information, see