Alitalia Airlines, who have been operating their weekly cargo-only passenger flights from India since June 2020, have uplifted 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.
Alitalia uplifting yet another milestone figure of 53 tonnes on its BOM-FCO route
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.