MNG Airlines has received its second A330-300P2F from Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), with the widebody aircraft having been converted from a passenger to a freighter configuration.
The conversion process of the aircraft – TC-MCN – took approximately seven months, according to EFW. The company noted that this was its 20th Airbus widebody conversion freighter.
MNG Airlines’ general manager Sedat Özkazanç said his company was “delighted to receive [its] second A330-300 aircraft from EFW’s facilities. With TC-MCN we will serve a wide range of customers and routes, both scheduled and charter.”
The airline’s first A330-300P2F from EFW has began operations at the end of last year, and has completed nearly 3.,000 flight hours, carrying more than 12,000 tons of cargo. It is operating on a network between China, Turkey and Europe.