British Airways Reconfigures 777 Interiors To Increase Cargo Capacity

British Airways Reconfigures 777 Interiors To Increase Cargo Capacity
Image Courtesy: British Airways
BRITISH AIRWAYS 777 INTERIORS RECONFIGURED TO INCREASE CARGO CARRYING CAPABILITY
Image Courtesy: British Airways

British Airways reconfigures 777 interiors to increase cargo capacity. The airline have removed the seats and interiors of two grounded 777-200 to operate as freighters to carry more cargo. The first flight is to Beijing to transport PPE for the NHS.

IAG Cargo Chief Commercial Officer, John Cheetham said: “During this time, we’ve worked with our customers to provide solutions that keep vital goods moving around the world. Solutions that include the opportunity to charter our planes. Together with British Airways, we’ve been pleased to boost the cargo capacity of these aircraft, supporting our customers, including the NHS, to transport more critical supplies. With their seats removed these 777s now have an additional 100m³ of space available for essential cargo.”

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  • May 29, 2020
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