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OE-IAX (27632/2857) ASL Boeing 737-400SF Geneva 16/12/2017.

This is a 737-400SF cargo conversion performed by AEI with Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services at Shanghai in August 2016. The aircraft, built in 1997, had previously flown with Asiana (HL7512), Air One (EI-DOV) and Bluebird Airways (SX-TZE) before conversion and joining ASL as OE-IAX

AEI have 5 partner companies including Commercial Jet Inc, Miami, Florida, Commercial Jet Services, Dothan, Alabama, KF Aerospace, Canada, Flightstar Aircraft Services, Jacksonville, Florida and Boeing Shanghai Aviation Services at Shanghai and 737 cargo conversions are undertaken at all of them.

On 22/1/18 AEI delivered their 100th 737-400SF (25097/2299) to Dublin based ASL Aviation. AEI’s B737-400SF provides ASL Aviation with a highly flexible Ancra CLS capable of carrying multiple ULD’s including:

  • (10) 88”x125” ULDs in P1 to P10 or
  • (5) 88”x125” and (10) 61.5”x88” in P1 to P10 and (1) 53”x88”x64” Pallet or
  • AEP/AEH or 60.4”x61.5” AKE/LD3 or 61.5”x88”x56”H AYY in P11

This unique flexibility has been designed by AEI to allow cargo operators to immediately adapt to multiple ULD configurations at a moment’s notice.

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