The week in brief
By control on November 21, 2013
Posted in Air Cargo World News
This partnership will activate Air Logistics Group’s global network of 71 offices in 46 countries for the worldwide sales and marketing of XLF’s capacity.
An IL-76TD-90VD freighter owned by Volga-Dnepr Airlines delivered a 23-tonne generator rotor for power production from East Midlands Airport in the UK to Saint Johns, Canada. The single-piece shipment was loaded at East Midlands using the airline’s specialist loading equipment and a 50-tonne crane. In order to make the rotor secure for carriage, Volga-Dnepr worked with the shipper, Brush Electrical Machines (pictured), to design a suitable packing and stowage system because the existing skid under the rotor would not have been strong enough to resist the G-forces during the flight.