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.
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.
Qatar Airways Cargo has begun freighter flights to and from Australia due to strong demand for the nation’s pharmaceuticals and fresh produce during the COVID-19 crisis.
A former air vice-marshal with 30 years’ Defence Force experience has been appointed to kickstart essential inbound freight including medical supplies.