The airline said in a statement on Wednesday that IndiGo is in the process of leasing four A321ceo cargo planes, each with a capacity to handle 27 tonnes of cargo. “A letter of intent has already been signed for the two aircraft with a subpoena, and IndiGo expects it to reach an agreement for the next two soon.”
IndiGo said it expects to take delivery of its first cargo aircraft to be used for both domestic and regional missions in the first half of 2022. In the initial commitment, the remaining three aircraft are expected to arrive within a year or so. It has been said that the arrival of the first cargo, and more aircraft can be designed based on the development of the market.
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The above plaque will cover the A321ceo from the passenger jet in a full fighter configuration and then hand them over to IndigoGo. “The A321P2F (passenger-to-freighter conversion) is the most efficient narrow body fritter aircraft available, supporting 24 container positions and payloads of up to 27 tons,” the statement said.
While passenger flights have been banned by the Center and the states since March last year in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, operations have also been operating like normal flights. Therefore, airlines are focusing on cargo to increase revenue.