Precision Aircraft Solutions is an international leader in
aircraft modification, based in Portland, Oregon, USA.
We earned our stripes as Precision Conversions, converting 757-200 passenger
aircraft to freighter and combi configurations for the likes of SF Airlines, DHL, Air
China Cargo, and ATI. Today Precision offers even more cutting-edge resources to
leverage assets and raise returns. Not only do we source and convert aircraft, we also
engineer, integrate, design, certify, and support every repair, change, and innovation
desired. From structures to systems, kitting to conversions, inside the plane or out
if it can be done, we can do it.
Precision Offers the Worlds First-Certified 15-Pallet Winglet-Modified 757-200 Conversion.
• Winglet-Modified Freighter & Combi -
Our winglet variant is already in service
• Highest Payload Possible -
Now up to 84,000+ lbs. (38.1 tonnes) RR and 82,000 lbs. (37.2 tonnes) PW for maximum revenue impact
• Lowest OEW Anywhere -
Leading the industry at 116,000 lbs. on average
• Total Fleet Support -
Advanced repair engineering for every need, eliminating OEM support
• Global Conversion Approval -
Precision has approval from numerous authorities worldwide
• Boeing Licensee -
Precision Conversions, LLC is a Boeing licensee
PRECISION CONVERSIONS FREIGHTER
The 757-200PCF is the first 15-pallet-position converted freighter in the world to receive certification. It has FAA, CAAC, EASA,
Canadian, Brazilian, and Russian certifications, including approvals for Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney engine variants. In
addition, this distinguished aircraft is the worlds first-certified, winglet-compatible 757-200 converted freighter.
15 full main deck pallet positions
Lowest operating empty weight
Substantial MZFW upgrades
7-track Ancra cargo handling system
Class E cargo compartment
Hydraulically actuated, self-contained main cargo door
Jig-built main cargo door and surround structure assemblies
New crew lavatory installation with overboard service
Supernumerary seating for two
Reinforced floor structure
Rigid 9g barrier
Main deck cargo configurations available:
° 15 88 x 125 in. positions
° 15 88 x 108 in. positions
° 13 96 x 125 in. positions
WEIGHTS & STATISTICS
The Precision Conversions 757-200PCF freighter offers the lowest
Basic Empty Weight (BEW) and Lowest Operating Empty Weight
(OEW)* of any 757-200 freighter on the market today.
Total In-Service Fleet
Average OEW = Approx. 116,000 lbs. (52,616 kg)
*To obtain OEW: Add 500 lbs. (226 kg) to BEW for crew weight
Adjusted Baseline Empty Weight of
In-Service PW Fleet (BEW) = 115,300 lbs. (52,299 kg)
Adjusted Baseline Weight of
In-Service RR Fleet (BEW) = 115,600 lbs. (52,435 kg)
*Adjusted Baseline Weight does not include crew. Adjusted Baseline Weight represents
aircraft variations, such as ETOPS
PRECISION CONVERSIONS COMBI
In early 2013, Precision introduced its combi configuration, the 757-200PCC, which offers 10 full cargo positions and seating
for 54 passengers. It is the worlds first-certified 757-200 combi variant with winglets. Business class, coach, and cabin seating
options are also available.
° 10 88 x 125 in. positions
° 10 88 x 108 in. positions
° 8 96 x 125 in. positions
54 passenger seats
Hydraulically actuated main cargo door
Rigid 9G barrier with cargo compartment access
Self-contained flight deck lavatory
Full 7-track Ancra cargo handling system
• Seating for 54 passengers (Y Class)
• 3 flight attendant seats
• 2 lavatories
• Full galley service area
• 4 exit doors
Precision Engineering, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Precision Aircraft Solutions, LLC. Precision Engineering offers
full-integration engineering services for a variety of aircraft. We provide design, substantiation, certification, fleet support, and
technical publications, as well as total logistical management of each clients manufacturing, assembly, and installation needs.
Engineering Capability Overview
Precision maintains a diverse staff of engineers specializing in the design, substantiation, and certification of aircraft programs.
Their collective capabilities and strengths include:
Structural Substantiation and Static Analysis
Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Analysis
Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis
Loads Database Development
Technical Data Management
Major Repair Evaluations and DER Approvals
Passenger to cargo conversions through its affiliate, Precision Conversions, LLC.
Precision has a comprehensive, cost-effective array of fleet support services for new and existing airlines.
SB Evaluation We review and make SB incorporation recommendations.
EO/EA Development Our team creates Engineering Orders (EO) and Engineering Authorizations (EA)
in any airline format.
Maintenance Programs Our engineers develop customized maintenance programs.
Workcard Development We write and revise workcards to support maintenance programs.
OEM Interface Precision represents each client on technical matters.
FAA Interface We assist in garnering FAA approval for new programs and operations.
Operating Manuals Let us create and revise 14 CFR 91/121 operating manuals.
Records Review Precision reviews records related to aircraft acquisition and leasing.
Aircraft Evaluation We will perform onsite reviews and configuration assessments.
Aircraft Bridging Our team develops total maintenance requirements for transfer between maintenance programs.
Precision and its manufacturing support network specialize in
the manufacture of complex aircraft components and structure,
which make up a final aircraft conversion kit. The complexity
of part manufacturing varies from complex to simple, but all
manufacturing/assembly processes comply with aircraft industry
standards as well as Precision-developed process specifications.
Key Manufacturing Specialties
Precision has developed more than 60 supplier relationships
specializing in the manufacture, assembly, testing, and
installation of aircraft components and structure including:
Complex machining capabilities, including 3-, 4-, and 5-axis
CNC milling for both low- and high-speed applications, as well
as conventional machining, CNC turning, and grinding for
production runs and prototype needs.
Chemical milling processes to reduce weight while maintaining
structural strength and integrity for complex contour sheet
Composite manufacturing, including reinforced flat panels,
bulkheads, ducting, honeycomb panels and related products.
Electrical wiring and components, including coax cables,
trays, lighting, smoke detection, indication systems, and
Safety equipment, including seatbelts, airbags, cargo and
barrier nets, sling systems, tie-downs, and cabin interior
Tube bending and sheet-metal fabrication, including stretch,
hydro forming, brake forming, shearing, blanking, joggling,
bending, flaring, and beading, as well as tube and component
Manufacturing inspection processes, including state-of-theart
CMM and NDT.
For more information contact us at:
4900 SW Griffith Drive, Suite 133
Beaverton, OR, USA 97005