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Morocco project to boost 777-300ER P2F conversions

Kansas Modification Center, STRATOS Industries and Integrated Aerospace Alliance are to collaborate to expand Boeing 777-300ER passenger-to-freighter (P2F) production capacity at Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca, Morocco.

With the construction of three wide-body aircraft hangars in Morocco by STRATOS, KMC will be in a position to increase its 777-300ER P2F production output up to eight additional aircraft per year. The Morocco project will allow KMC, STRATOS, and IAA to meet the growing global demand for 777-300ER freighters and of its clients in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.

The 777-300ER P2F project in Morocco will be further enhanced with the construction and operations of a wide-body aircraft paint hangar by another STRATOS strategic partner.

More information about this collaboration and the specifics of the project will be made available in due course and can be obtained by reaching out to the parties involved.
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