Lufthansa to the rescueBack to Forum
I knew this would happen eventually. As readers will have read on this website over the months there are so many idle aircraft across Europe and the airlines have become skilled in passenger-conversion.23 Dec 2020
Lufthansa has tweeted the news. There may be further freight flights.
We are sending a @BoeingAirplanes B777 Freighter to Doncaster Sheffield @DSA_Airport. On board: 80 tons of fruits and vegetables. @Lufthansa_Cargo is currently examining whether additional special cargo flights can be offered during the next days. Watch #LH8352 on @flightradar24 pic.twitter.com/mpvCQA7Mgz
— Lufthansa News (@lufthansaNews) December 23, 202023 Dec 2020
This is exactly what came to my mind. A reversed Berlin airlift to provide foodstuffs to the starving Londoners.
Also a modernized version of Passport to Pimlico…
Thus should Brexit be considered the other face or side of Stalinist Bolshevism run amok and revengeful?23 Dec 2020
Nothing really unusual about this. Just that it was flown in by Lufthansa. Fruit, vegetables and flowers are frequently air-freighted from/to many countries.30 Dec 2020