Sharjah airport intends to become one of the main air hubs in the Middle East during a pandemic

The airport expects to become the largest air hub in the Middle East region in the freight sector.

Strengthening its leading position as an international transport hub in this direction, Sharjah Airport attracts new airlines and routes, providing the highest standards of service through dedicated warehouse facilities, which have received CEIV accreditation from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

IL-76 fly in the sky
IL-76 fly in the sky

If it is necessary to use all available logistics systems for efficient and uninterrupted delivery of vaccines against Covid-19, all this becomes especially important and relevant. At the same time, the developed infrastructure of Sharjah airport and support systems connecting the cargo center with all international destinations are a quality addition to the accredited warehouses.

The number of vaccine shipments transported by air is gradually increasing as more products are released around the world and more countries launch mass vaccination programs.

ZetAvia, being a cargo carrier, delivers goods, including medical supplies, to the countries of the Middle East, Europe and Africa.

Oleg Sergeev

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