Sunday, March 17, 2013

► ZAMBIA: (Pic) Singapore Airlines Cargo 747F touches down in Lusaka.

Singapore Airlines Cargo (SV), the cargo wing of Singapore Airlines, on Monday 11 March 2013, operated a one-off Boeing 747-400F flight into the Zambian capital, Lusaka.

SQ 747F in Lusaka
SQ 747F in Lusaka (DirectMaintenance)
On the occasion of the first ever Singapore Airlines Cargo flight into Kenneth Kaunda International Airport at Lusaka, Zambia (LUN), Direct Maintenance was tasked with providing line maintenance support to the B747-400F Mega Ark. 

Roger Meels, Technical Director at Direct Maintenance said:
"Our LUN team is consistently deploying its high standards and strong customer focus. We feel very privileged being in position to offer our support in Lusaka to Singapore Airlines Cargo on this occasion, an airline which we consider being a leader in wide body airfreight."
A member of Singapore Airlines Cargo management was quoted as follows:
"I'd like to thank your team for the support in LUN. It is good to know that we can get such support from Direct Maintenance. The next time Singapore Airlines Cargo operates to LUN, we'll know who to look for."
A part of the Direct Aviation group of companies, Direct Maintenance is a certified line maintenance service provider based in The Netherlands with offices located in Ireland, The Netherlands, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia, China, Japan and the USA.