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Airlines are increasingly sending their fleets of idle passenger aircraft on freight missions. While most fly with full belly holds, cargo is finding its way into passenger seats and overhead bins, as well. A Lufthansa Airbus A330 was loaded to the gills on a recent flight from Shanghai to Frankfurt, carrying urgently needed goods, mostly for the healthcare sector.
Idle passenger planes flying cargo missions
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