Jat Tehnika completes Europe’s first Boeing 767-300 conversion

Jat Tehnika Boeing conversion
Jat Tehnika

Avia Prime, one of the leading aviation MROs in Europe consisting of three prominent companies, including Serbian subsidiary Jat Tehnika, successfully completed the first conversion of a Boeing 767-300 aircraft from passenger to cargo in Europe in collaboration with Israeli Aerospace Industries. 

The first converted aircraft with registration number 9H-CAC took off from Belgrade Airport (BEG) to the Maltese capital, Valletta, after being handed over to the new owner and project contractor, Challenge Group, a global leader in cargo aviation. 

The first conversion of a wide-body aircraft of this type in Europe was carried out in the production facilities of Jat Tehnika in Belgrade, in collaboration with Israeli Aerospace Industries, in Tehnika’s hangar number 2, which, with over 9,000 square meters, represents one of the largest facilities of its kind in this part of the world. 

“We are excited because the bold vision that emerged six years ago has become a reality today. We have been preparing for this for a long time, going through the most demanding aviation authority checks, and we are proud of the new technology and know-how that have been applied for the first time in Belgrade. This is the beginning of a new chapter in the history of Avia Prime and European aviation, which will strengthen our position as the main European supplier for the conversion of Boeing and Airbus wide-body aircraft,” said Piotr Kaczor, CEO of Avia Prime and Jat Tehnika. 

Kaczor added: “With decades of expertise and the most advanced technologies in the industry that Avia Prime offers to interested parties at competitive prices, we are proud to lead more and more projects contributing to a greener and more sustainable future in aviation.”  

The aircraft that has undergone this demanding modification has been given new life and is the first in a series of wide-body aircraft that will be converted in the new European center for this purpose located in Serbia, with works on the next Boeing 767-300 already in full swing. 

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