Australian Aviation's Anna Grbas was at Sydney Airport to capture the moment the Antonov An-124 departed at 11:06pm on Monday, bound for Honolulu.
A new government scheme to underwrite agriculture and fishery cargo previously cut off by the coronavirus crisis began in Hobart today.
The flight, the first of six, is part of a new Australian government initiative to underwrite agriculture and fisheries airfreight routes cut off by the coronavirus crisis.
A former air vice-marshal with 30 years’ Defence Force experience has been appointed to kickstart essential inbound freight including medical supplies.
Fifteen airlines have signed up to a new initiative that will see the government partially underwrite agriculture and fisheries airfreight routes previously cut off by the coronavirus crisis.