Innovative modular system gives Lufthansa more agile bellies for cargo

September 24, 2019 Alex Lennane

Lufthansa wants to take a more flexible approach to bellyhold cargo with its narrowbody Airbus fleet.
The German carrier is the launch customer for a new modular loading system for A320 and A231 aircraft unveiled by Telair International, a German technology firm.
The system comprises pre-assembled floor modules that can be reconfigured for different types of cargo, which allows reconfiguring the bellyhold of an A320 or A321, within hours, from bulk to ...

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