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1. Korean Air Working with UNICEF to Transport COVID19 Vaccines Globally
Korean Air has signed an agreement with UNICEF for the global transportation of COVID19 vaccines and medical equipment. UNICEF is responsible for the global supply of vaccines as part of its effort for equitable access to COVID19 vaccines. The plan is to provide around 145 countries with vaccines in the first half of the year. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 17 February 2021.
2. SkyTeam Cargo Launches Program for Shipping COVID19 Vaccines
SkyTeam Cargo has launched V Excellence, a dedicated program for shipping COVID19 vaccines. The program covers the transport of COVID19 shipments moved under the cargo alliances 12 members unique product family: Customized Vaccines - offering special handling and priority; and Specialized Pharma - the solution for all pharma shipments. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 19 March
3. Cathay Pacific Flies First COVID19 Vaccines to Hong Kong and Mexico
Cathay Pacific carried the first shipment of COVID19 vaccines to Hong Kong onboard Flight CX391 from Beijing on Friday. The one million doses of Sinovac COVID19 vaccines were loaded inside six temperature-controlled Envirotainer e2 RAP containers to maintain the vaccine temperature range of 2-8 degrees centigrade. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 22 February 2021.
4. Finnair Cargo Ready to Transport COVID19 Vaccines
Finnair Cargo, the first airline in the world to receive IATAs CEIV Pharma certificate in 2015, has said that it is ready to transport COVID19 vaccines once they are ready. Whilst there are currently many potential vaccines at different stages of trials, it is not yet clear when a vaccine will become available, if indeed one does.
5. 8,000 Jumbo Jets Required to Deliver Single COVID19 Vaccine Dose to 7.8 Billion People
IATA has urged governments to begin careful planning with industry stakeholders to ensure full preparedness when vaccines for COVID19 are approved and available for distribution. The association also warned of potentially severe capacity constraints in transporting vaccines by air.
6. Korean Air Flies First Pfizer-BioNTech COVID19 Vaccines to Korea
Korean Air has flown the first Pfizer-BioNTech COVID19 vaccines to Korea. An Airbus A330 carried 117,000 doses, enough for 58,500 people, from Amsterdam, Netherlands to Seoul on Friday. Published on TravelNewsAsia.com on 26 February 2021.
7. Singapore Air Cargo Hub Ready for COVID19 Vaccines
The Changi Ready Taskforce, co-led by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and Changi Airport Group (CAG), have confirmed that the Singapore air cargo hub is ready for the transportation and distribution of COVID19 vaccines. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 9 December 2020.
8. AirAsia's Teleport Ready to Distribute COVID19 Vaccines
Teleport, the logistics venture of AirAsia Digital, says it is ready to focus its operations to support the distribution of COVID19 vaccines in the region. AirAsias network in Southeast Asia covers 125 cities.

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