Pax to Cargo Pax to Cargo

Pax to Cargo

COVID-19 has seriously impacted the aviation industry, with airlines looking for alternative solutions to keep their aircraft in the sky. Developed at Fokker Services, our fast and reliable reversible passenger-to-cargo transport solution allows customers to change commercial passenger flights to freight operations.

The Solution & Benefits:

  • Fast retrofit modification with an 8 week lead time
  • Follows EASA guidelines by DOA organization 
  • The straight-forward solution simply removes passenger seats and securely stows cargo to pallets mounted on the floor
  • Generates revenue for your grounded commercial passenger aircraft

The temporary, reversible solution to keep your aircraft flying.

The Product

Available now for the Fokker 50, 70, 100, Boeing 737, and Airbus A320 family. Depending on the aircraft type, we intend to issue a Service Bulletin (SB) or Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) applicable for either the single or dual aisle aircraft.

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Available For

  • Fokker 50, 70, 100
  • Boeing 737
  • Airbus A320 Family

Our Solution for Fokker Aircraft

Fokker 50

  • 13 cargo pallets, mounted via studs of ca 1.50 x 0.75 x 1.2 m
  • 13 cargo nets that allow a maximum height of 50 inches
  • 264 kg each maximum gross weight
  • Depending on the aircraft type and configuration, up to 17 m3 on pax deck with a payload of up to 2.4 tons can be stowed

Fokker 70   

  • 18 cargo pallets mounted via studs on seat rails of ca 1.2 x 1 m
  • 18 cargo nets that allow a maximum cargo height of 50 inches
  • 264 kg each maximum gross weight
  • Depending on the aircraft type and configuration, up to 25 m3 with a payload of up to 4.7 tons can be stowed

Fokker 100

  • 24 cargo pallets mounted via studs on seat rails of ca 1.2 x 1 m
  • 24 cargo nets to allow maximum cargo height of 50 inches
  • 264 kg each maximum gross weight
  • Depending on the aircraft type and configuration, up to 32 m3 with a payload of up to 6.3 tons can be stowed

Our Solution for Boeing 737

Boeing 737-700

  • Typical 22 pallets
  • 35.7 m3 of cargo (excluding existing stowages)
  • 264 kg max per pallet
  • Total: 5.8 metric tons, subject to aircraft weight, center of gravity and running load limitations

Boeing 737-800

  • Typical 29 pallets
  • 47.1 m3 of cargo (excluding existing stowages)
  • 264 kg max per pallet
  • Total: 7.7 metric tons, subject to aircraft weight, center of gravity and running load limitations

Boeing 737-900

  • Typical 32 pallets
  • 52 m3 of cargo (excluding existing stowages)
  • 264 kg max per pallet
  • Total: 8.5 metric tons, subject to aircraft weight, center of gravity and running load limitations

Our Solution for Airbus A320 Family

Airbus A319

  • Typical 23 pallets
  • 37.4 m3 of cargo (excluding existing stowages)
  • 264 kg max per pallet
  • Total: 6.1 metric tons, subject to aircraft weight, center of gravity and running load limitations

Airbus A320

  • Typical 26 pallets
  • 42.2 m3 of cargo (excluding existing stowages)
  • 264 kg max per pallet
  • Total: 6.97 metric tons, subject to aircraft weight, center of gravity and running load limitations

Airbus A321

  • Typical 36 pallets
  • 58.5 m3 of cargo (excluding existing stowages)
  • 264 kg max per pallet
  • Total: 9.5 metric tons, subject to aircraft weight, center of gravity and running load limitations