Repurposing Aircraft Passenger Cabin for Transport of Cargo
COVID-19 Webinar Series • 05-May-2020
The restrictions related to COVID-19 has increased dramatically the need for goods to be shipped by air. The availability of passenger aircraft provides the opportunity of using the passenger cabin to transport cargo. This webinar provides information on that activity and considerations related to operational safety.
Presenter: Ms. Maimuna Taal, Technical Officer Airworthiness, Air Navigation Bureau at ICAO.
Originally presented 5 May 2020.
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