Alitalia Cargo carries record 53 tonne cargo load from Mumbai to Rome

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Alitalia Airlines who have been operating their weekly cargo-only flights from India since June 2020, have reached a milestone figure again after successfully uplifting 53,375 kilos on a single flight from Bombay (BOM) to Rome (FCO). The ULD planning was carefully monitored for maximum utilisation of space on the newly cargo only reconfigured aircraft. The flight had an optimum mix of high density cargo along with pharmaceuticals, auto parts, spares, chemicals, garments and courier, which helped achieve the desired result. 

Air Logistics Group (ALG), the GSSA for Alitalia Cargo, is extremely proud to deliver and support the freight forwarding community giving them global solutions for transport of freight on Alitalia Airlines operating weekly flights from both Delhi and Bombay to connect on the its network into Italy/Europe, North America and North Africa. 

Commenting on the achievement, Sakshi Gupta, country manager, Air Logistics Group (ALG) says "Alitalia enters the book of records once again with a consecutive birdie in a row, uplifting yet another milestone figure of 53 tonnes on its Bombay (BOM) to Rome (FCO) route which comes just a day after the successful flight from Delhi (DEL) which ferried 54 tonnes to Rome (FCO).” 

"We are delighted with the overwhelming support we receive from our freight forwarding partners in these challenging times and the ALG team is committed to serve and deliver you to its best with equal zest and zeal,” she adds. 

Deepak Kumar, cargo manager, Western India, Air Logistics Group (ALG) commented, “Air cargo is a constitutive part of logistics business. We could only attain this crest through arduous dedication and commitment towards the air cargo industry. This would have not been possible without our stakeholders who have underpinned and braced us through thick and thin.”

Alitalia has been expanding its cargo capacity to transport vital supplies across the globe and looks forward to increasing the import and export trade between Italy and India in times ahead.

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