Nuremberg: Ural Airlines flies in 14 tons of rapid tests

Ural Airlines lands in Nuremberg (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Christian Albrecht).
Ural Airlines lands in Nuremberg (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Christian Albrecht).

Nuremberg: Ural Airlines flies in 14 tons of rapid tests

Ural Airlines lands in Nuremberg (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Christian Albrecht).
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The Russian airline Ural Airlines brought around 320 tons of rapid corona tests from China to Nuremberg with an Airbus A14neo.

The VP-BOP was used, which is actually a passenger jet, but is also used as a freighter due to the increased demand for cargo.

Rapid tests in the interior of the Ural Airlines aircraft (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Christian Albrecht).

According to Nuremberg Airport, the antigen tests were ordered by a Franconian manufacturer and provider of medical technology. In a broadcast, the airport emphasizes that despite the low number of passengers, it is operational around the clock so that important ambulance, rescue and cargo flights can be carried out for the Nuremberg metropolitan area.

The Airbus A321neo is being unloaded (Photo: Airport Nürnberg / Katharina Ostertag).

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