Tag: Freight Aircraft

KLM IS GOING TO OPERATE TWO OF ITS RETIRED BOEING 747s AGAIN ON CARGO FLIGHTS TO CHINA

KLM will operate two of its retired Boeing 747s again on cargo flights to China

AMSTERDAM SCHIPHOL, NETHERLANDS – According to luchtvaartnieuws.nl, KLM is going to operate the phased out Boeing 747 passenger aircraft again, after the Dutch national carrier retired the Queen of the skies on March 29. KLM is setting up a cargo airlift to China, in partnership with Philips, to transport medical equipment and other cargo. From

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FEMALE PILOTS FLY EMIRATES SKYCARGO BOEING 777 FREIGHTER TO 4 CONTINENTS TO MARK INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

Female pilots fly Emirates SkyCargo Boeing 777 Freighter to 4 continents on International Women's Day

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE) – Female commercial airline pilots were a rarity in the past century, but not anymore. They are getting more ordinary now in the 21st century, as you can see in this awesome Emirates video. Follow the adventures of Emirates’ all-women flight deck crew, who operated a multi-stop Emirates SkyCargo Boeing

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VIDEO – EXTREME SHORT LANDING OF THE AIRBUS BELUGA XL DURING FIRST VISIT TO UK

EXTREME SHORT LANDING OF THE AIRBUS BELUGA XL DURING ITS FIRST VISIT TO THE UK

Watch in this awesome video from Youtuber Topfelya how the Airbus Beluga XL performs an incredible short landing during its first visit to the UK. The Beluga XL is a transport aircraft, used by Airbus to fly aircraft parts to airports across Europe. The remarkable aircraft made its first flight on 19 July 2018, and

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IRANIAN B747 CARGO AIRCRAFT DAMAGED IN QATAR AFTER UNLOADING ERROR

Tilted B747

DOHA – A Boeing 747-200F (reg.no. EP-FAB) of the Iranian Cargo Airline Fars Air Qeshm was damaged on Saturday night at Doha Airport in Qatar. Reportedly, the handling agents unloaded too much cargo from the front of the aircraft, causing the center of gravity to slide backwards and the B747’s nose to tilt. It’s the

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