Air Canada:Air Cargo Has Removed The Seatings From Airplanes To Increase Cargo Capacit

 

Air Cargo Has Removed The Seatings From Airplanes To Increase Cargo Capacity

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Air Canada is trying best to help Canadians that need help. Particular Boeings are used for delivering medical and food supplies in different parts of the country. Air Canada removed the seatings from the Boeing 777 to have more capacity for cargo. Time-sensitive supplies are delivered by Air Canada and representatives of the company believe that citizens won’t have any issues when it comes to necessary supplies.

Air Canada was one of the biggest companies for international travellers. Unfortunately, the tourism industry has crashed hard after closing the borders. Not only Canada but the whole civilization joined the movement and changed the rules regarding immigration. The tourism industry won’t be the same after the COVID-19 crisis.

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