In support of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) Project, our client needed to transport nearly 90 tonnes of food items to the hotspot of the project.
Situation: Difficult access to destination airport Bangui M'Poko, special attention to cargo required due to its nature
Cargo: Nearly 90 tonnes of food items, including almost 50 tonnes of frozen items
Solution: Cargo charter flight on Boeing 747, consultation provided to departure airport about appropriate storage of frozen items on site
The destination airport Bangui M’Poko International is challenging to access as it is severely underserved by scheduled air services and suffers from a lack of fuel. A further challenge that had to be addressed was the accommodation of almost 50 tonnes of frozen food items that required temperature controlled storage prior to the flight at the departure airport in Liege, Belgium.
SolutionAir Partner was able to overcome the logistical challenges and arranged a freight charter flight on a Boeing 747 directly to Bangui M’Poko International Airport to deliver the food rations. Despite the difficult equatorial conditions, the operation ran to time, ensuring that the cargo arrived at the transit site swiftly and successfully. Due to the extensive expertise and experience of our in-house freight charter specialists, we were also able to provide the required consultation about the storage of the frozen items in Belgium. Time efficiency was in the focus of our operations to ensure that the essential food supplies reach those in need as quickly as possible.
When it comes to helping our customers globally with aid and relief cargo we have a large amount of experience delivering supplies and materials to areas impacted from catastrophic damage. Delivering urgent freight via charter is something that we are well versed in, with a global network and a 24/7 support team, we are always available to offer you a reliable service to meet your deadlines.
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