PEMCO Redelivers Second China Dragon Conversion
TAMPA, Florida (September 9, 2013) — PEMCO World Air Services (PEMCO) announces the redelivery of the second B737-300F aircraft to CDI Cargo Airlines (CDI).
This second of three contracted freighter conversions is undergoing modification at HAECO Group’s STAECO/Jinan facility. The nine position B737-300 full freighter has maximum range of about 2,800 nm and the ability to carry payloads of up to 43,000 lbs. CDI has reported exceptional in-service reliability on the first PEMCO 737-300F in a demanding operating environment.
Since the company’s launch in 2011, CDI Cargo has taken an increasingly prominent position in transporting air freight for several shipping companies while continuing to haul cargo of its own. With the addition of the second aircraft, CDI will be well on its way to carving a flight path for itself in the Asian market, with operations in China, Japan and Korea.
About PEMCO World Air Services:
With five decades of tested and proven aircraft support, PEMCO is a major provider of aircraft maintenance and engineered services to commercial air carriers in North America. PEMCO has become an undisputed world leader in passenger-to-freighter conversions (second only to Boeing). PEMCO is headquartered in Tampa, Florida with partner operations in Asia. For more information, please visit www.pemcoair.com or call +1-813-322-9600.
About CDI Cargo Airlines:
Founded in April 2011, CDI Cargo Airlines Ltd. (CDI Cargo) is dedicated in developing domestic and international airfreight transportation business, endeavoring to expand market, establishing superior branding, promoting and driving the development of airfreight industry in China, and contributing to the prosperity of China’s civil aviation industry. For more information, please visit www.cdicargo.com.
Patrick Harrison: 727-821-5155 x110
Mr. Mike Andrews: +1 813-322-9600