Charles de Gaulle signals readiness

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Acting together within the Air Cargo France Association, the entire cargo community at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport is rallying to prepare for the supply and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, once these have been approved and are ready to be delivered.

ACFA, a professional association bringing together all the cargo operators at Paris Charles de Gaulle (namely the airport platform, freight forwarders, handlers, express operators and airlines), as well as the French state services (the delegation of the Prefecture of Police for the safety and security of Paris airports, the Directorate General of Customs and Excise and the French Civil Aviation Authority) have already begun studying and working on identifying the main actions to be implemented to ensure that the airport will play an exemplary role in the supply and distribution of future vaccines.

Since the beginning of the health crisis, freight and logistics players at Paris Charles de Gaulle have been actively committed to ensuring the continuity of cargo activity and the transport of foodstuffs and essential goods for the country's economy, including medical equipment and materials, food products, components and spare parts for various industry sectors.


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