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17 OCT 2019
GECAS and IAI (Israel Aerospace Industries) have launched a new passenger to freighter conversion program based on the Boeing 777-300ER. The 777-300ERSF, dubbed "The Big Twin", is expected to enter service in 2022. The prototype aircraft will be provided by GECAS and converted in Tel Aviv in three years.
Israel Airframe Maintenance


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