Final Up to date: November 24, 2022, 12:35 IST
IndiGo CarGo operated its first worldwide flight between Kolkata and Yangon, Myanmar. The A321 P2F freighter plane on Tuesday carried basic cargo with a payload of greater than 19,000 kg.
The freighter had just lately carried cargo between Delhi and Mumbai. Mahesh Malik, Chief Business Officer, IndiGo CarGo, mentioned: “We’re thrilled to develop IndiGo CarGo operations to worldwide shores with its flight between Kolkata-Yangon.
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Each cities are main business hubs, and freighter service between them will bolster the availability chain between India and Myanmar. We anticipate that the enterprise will develop over the subsequent few months as we develop our freighter fleet and add new locations to our CarGo community.”
The A321P2F (Passenger-to-Freighter conversion) is essentially the most environment friendly narrow-bodied freighter accessible, providing 24 container positions and supporting a payload of as much as 27 tonnes.
The plane are being transformed via a program involving ST Engineering and Airbus with their three way partnership, Elbe FlugzeugWerke (EFW). IndiGo has leased the plane from funds serviced by Castlelake Aviation Holdings (Eire) Restricted, a part of a worldwide different funding agency with 17 years of tenure investing in, financing, and managing aviation belongings.
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