Air India considers using passenger cabins of grounded flights to move cargoLogYcode
Through utilizing airline cabins to hold air freight, Air India is exploring the prospect of converting its stranded passenger flights into freighters. India expanded its prohibition on both domestic and foreign passenger flights as regards fighting the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic until April 14.
It is in line with many other airlines around the world, such as Lufthansa, Austrian, China Eastern and LATAM, which now use their grounded aircraft as freighters utilizing both belly room and passenger cabins, while such a step in India involves the permission of the Civil Aviation Directorate-General (DGCA).
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