How American Airlines moves 715,000 pounds of cargo each day
Due to COVID-19, American Airlines launched cargo-only routes for the first time in 36 years. On these new flights, passenger seats up top are empty, but the cargo holds are full of everything from live animals and Legos to PPE and food. Business Insider goes inside the airline’s largest cargo operation at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to see how crews have kept cargo moving despite tight departures and a drop in travel.
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How American Airlines Moves 715,000 Pounds Of Cargo Each Day | Big Business