Emirates Airlines: The first shipments of the Corona vaccine arrive in...

Emirates Airlines: The first shipments of the Corona vaccine arrive in...
Emirates Airlines: The first shipments of the Corona vaccine arrive in...

Emirates Airlines Senior Vice President of Shipping, Nabil Sultan, said that the carrier is in talks with more than 12 pharmaceutical companies around the world, including “Pfizer” and “Biontech”, as well as “Moderna”, in the context of transporting a vaccine. Corona. ”

Sultan expected, in a remote contract meeting with the media, that the first shipments of the vaccine will arrive at the company’s facilities in the UAE in mid-December, indicating that the responsibility of the carrier is to transport and deliver the vaccine in coordination and cooperation with the manufacturers.

And he indicated that the carrier will increase the capacity of its fleet designated for air cargo operations during the coming period to meet the great demand, especially with the beginning of the new year.

Emirates Airlines “reveals the capacity of storage facilities for the” Corona “vaccine in Dubai

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