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CHAPMAN FREEBORN transports over 204 tonnes of PPE to Namibia


Chapman Freeborn Germany transporte­d over 204 tonnes (1,400 CBM) of cargo from Germany to Namibia to aid in the fight against COVID-19 over a week. The cargo, which comprised of vital supplies including face masks, gowns and gloves, was transporte­d in an A340 passenger aircraft that had its seats removed so it could be used as a freighter.

Charter Broker Jan Körber explained, “It was a big challenge to find an airport that was able to handle all of the flights in a row. Paderborn Lippstadt Airport (PAD) was able to support this and meet all our expectatio­ns.”

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