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Boeing 757 (DHL) - Cargo

Boeing 757 (DHL) - Cargo

AIR CARGO OPERATIONS

AIR CARGO OPERATIONS

Air Cargo operations - Loading through the nose on tonight's B747 @DSA Airport

Air Cargo operations - Loading through the nose on tonight's B747 @DSA Airport

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8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.

8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.

8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.

8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.

8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.

8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.

Atlas Air Boeing 747 freighter loading cargo

Atlas Air Boeing 747 freighter loading cargo

Lufthansa B747 being loaded with cargo

Lufthansa B747 being loaded with cargo

8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.

8 Rolls-Royce cars, worth a total of EUR 4.5 million, undertook an arduous journey on a KLM Cargo B747 freighter. They were first brought to Amsterdam from Great Britain by truck. They were already on aircraft pallets, so that they could be loaded straight into the plane without too much hassle. They were then flown from Amsterdam to Johannesburg, where they completed the last 1,400 kilometres of their journey to Stellenbosch by road. All this was arranged by the KLM Cargo team.