"Passenger-to-cargo" carries seafood and honey NZ Airways resumes Chinese market

"China Civil Aviation News", China Civil Aviation Network reporter Qian Feng reported: On March 31, a New Zealand Airlines Boeing 787-9 passenger plane, full of New Zealand honey, seafood and other agricultural products, flew from Auckland to Shanghai Pudong International Airport.

Under the epidemic situation, the global airlines' "passenger to cargo" popular! The survival of aquatic traders is variable! Passenger to cargo route summary!

 As the novel coronavirus pandemic severely impacted travel demand, airlines that could not guarantee passenger load factor have switched to use the abdominal cabin of passenger aircraft to carry cargo, including medical supplies, electronic equipment, and aquatic products.