ATR is enabling quick conversions of its passenger aircraft into auxiliary freighters

Romain Guillot

2020/05/07 | 258 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
ATR is enabling quick conversions of its passenger aircraft into auxiliary freighters © ATR

French-Italian regional aircraft manufacturer ATR has announced that it has developed two solutions allowing quick conversion of its passenger aircraft into auxiliary freighters to meet the growing air cargo demand during the pandemic crisis.

These solutions were developed in collaboration with the aeronautical branch of AKKA Technologies in Toulouse and with PMV Engineering.

The first solution consists in allowing medical goods to be transported on passenger seats, restrained with...(…)

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