CARGO (ATA 25, 52, 53) MODIFICATIONS (1045)

Reversible Pax to Cargo Solution

COVID-19 has seriously impacted the aviation industry, with airlines looking for alternative solutions to keep their aircraft in the sky. Developed at Fokker Services, our fast and reliable reversible passenger-to-cargo transport solution allows customers to change commercial passenger flights to freight operations.

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Easy PAX-to-CARGO conversion, using CARGO SEAT COVERS

Proponent provides a PAX-to-CARGO, re-usable solution in offering fire retardant CARGO SEAT COVERS to protect seats during the transport of all types of cargo.

Key characteristics:
- Seat Cover is made out of a Coated Fabric or Nylon
- Available in Black and Anthracite
- Re-usable solution
- Waterproof material
- Easy Installation, no special tooling
- Fire retardant per CS 25.853 (a)(1)(ii)

Available Standard Sizes:
4-Seater: 1990x1100x600 mm
3-Seater: 1600x1100x600 mm
2-Seater: 1020x1100x600 mm

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BAM 350 Eagle Eye, Maritime Surveillance Aircraft

Estonia is the first country to get the new MSS 7000 system, after operating the MSS 6000 for more than 10 years. The new MSS 7000 system for Estonia has installed on board a new Beech King Air 350ER aircraft.

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Air Operable Door

The FIELD AVIATION designed Air Operable Door (AOD) allows special mission operators to open the aft cargo door in flight.

Please click on "Front Sheet" link above for a copy of our brochure.

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Carriage of Horses and Grooms

Approval of the carriage of animal handlers in a class E compartment when required for the carriage of animals. Design change has been installed onto a Boeing 737400 aircraft converted to a freighter by Aeronautical Engineers. In order to facilitate the carriage of animal handlers when transporting horses or other animals in a cargo aircraft, this STC activates/terminates all provisioned wiring and introduces seating on removable pallets for up to 19 animal handlers.

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Conversion of aircraft interior to Class E cargo compartment

Conversion of the main passenger cabin to a class E cargo compartment for the carriage of freight and change to the location of rapid decompression vents for planned future bulk cargo loading operations.

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Installation of bulk cargo restraint system with transverse nets

Bulk cargo restraint system to the Saab 340 aircraft permitting 2 different configurations. Each can accommodate bulk loaded cargo. Configuration 1 is able to accommodate euro pallets, Configuration 2 accommodates mail trolleys. For operators not wishing to accommodate mail trolleys, deletion of the structure associated with Configuration 2 removes unnecessary inspection time. Not installing at the time of conversion also saves installation time and cost, and hence aircraft down time.

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Introduction of upgraded IFE, Cabin lighting and universal outlets

An in-flight entertainment system (IFE) upgrade with additional cabin lighting and universal outlet installations.

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