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First picture of the first A321P2F conversion being undertaken by ST Aerospace in Singapore and Elbe Flugzengwerke (EFW) Germany. Ex Onur Air and British Midland. Aircraft to be delivered to Quantas Freight the launch customer after painting. The A321P2F offers 50% more cargo capacity than a B737F so hoping that this is the first of many conversions for STA.

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First picture of the first A321P2F conversion being undertaken by ST Aerospace in Singapore and Elbe Flugzengwerke (EFW) Germany. Ex Onur Air and British Midland. Aircraft to be delivered to Quantas Freight the launch customer after painting. The A321P2F offers 50% more cargo capacity than a B737F so hoping that this is the first of many conversions for STA.

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Matt Coleman

You spelled Qantas incorrectly. ;)

Matt Coleman

It doesn't offer 50% more capacity than "a" 737F - it offers 50% more capacity than the current 737-300F models that Qantas operates. If they operated the 737-800F, that number wouldn't seem so impressive.

Leonardo Mello

Very interesting! The full A320 family is in service since the 1990s, I wonder why it took so long to develop a freighter conversion...