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Alitalia Cargo uplifts record 53T load on B777-300 from Mumbai to Rome

October 9, 2020: Alitalia Airlines, who have been operating their weekly cargo-only passenger flights from India since June 2020, have uplifted a record 53,375-kilogramme freight on a single B777-300 flight from Mumbai to Rome.

An optimum mix of high-density cargo along with pharmaceuticals, auto parts, spares, chemicals, garments and courier helped achieve the result.
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An optimum mix of high-density cargo along with pharmaceuticals, auto parts, spares, chemicals, garments and courier helped achieve the result.

October 9, 2020: Alitalia Airlines, who have been operating their weekly cargo-only passenger flights from India since June 2020, have uplifted a record 53,375-kilogramme freight on a single B777-300 flight from Mumbai to Rome.

An optimum mix of high-density cargo along with pharmaceuticals, auto parts, spares, chemicals, garments & courier helped achieve the result. The ULD planning was monitored for maximum utilisation of space on the newly cargo only reconfigured aircraft.

Also read: Alitalia moves record 54T cargo on a B777-300ER from Delhi to Rome

Sakshi Gupta, country manager, Air Logistics Group, said, "Alitalia enters the book of records once again with a consecutive birdie in a row, uplifting yet another milestone figure of 53 tonnes on its BOM-FCO route which comes just a day after the successful flight ex DEL which ferried 54 tonnes to Rome.”

Alitalia has been expanding its cargo capacity to transport vital supplies across the globe & looks forward to increasing the import & export trade between Italy & India in times ahead.

Cargo division of Italian national flag carrier has been operating its weekly cargo-only passenger flights from India since June 2020.

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