Vaccine flights: Air cargo plunges into action
| As more products are brought out and more countries launched vaccination programmes, the air cargo plunges into action. From April until now, there has been huge progress. A Covid-19 distribution vaccine update from the air cargo and logistics sector as per below:|
FEBRUARY 26: Kuehne+Nagel soundly assisted Sinovac Biotech Ltdfulfill its first Covid-19 vaccine shipment from Beijing, China to the Dominican Republic. The 768,000 vials of the Covid-19 vaccine were transformed in this pilot shipment and arrived safely in Santo Domingo, the capital of the Dominican Republic, just before its Independence Day.
April 1: Emirates SkyCargo is the first airline cargo carrier in the world to have transported more than 50m doses of Covid-19 vaccines on its flights. Emirates SkyCargo has transported over 220 tonnes of Covid-19 vaccines until now.
APRIL 28: Latam Airlines announced it will continue to transport vaccines at no cost this year. All thanks to its Solidarity Plane programme. The carrier has transported more than 23.7m Covid-19 vaccines to destinations in South America, including Brazil, Chile, Ecuador and Peru until now.
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