As demand for air travel vanishes within the rise of COVID-19 pandemic, most worldwide airlines are turning to exploit typical new types such as transporting goods in the passenger compartment. With this changing demand, SAGS has adapted the company’s operations and processes to adjust the new situation, complementing existing services to deliver best-in-class cargo services for airline customers:
Vietjet Air (VJ) is one of our first airline partners in Vietnam to gain the Government’s approval to deploy cargo transportation in the passenger cabin. SAGS’s employees from associated departments have coordinated together from the preparation step to the actual action, arrange adequate personnel and modern equipment to optimize service time. The process of loading cargo is carried out quickly, ensuring safety, security, and complying with the airline’s requirements.
The service is processed by utilizing wide-body aircraft. Emirates (EK) and Turkish Airlines (TK) also joined the sector to accommodate the new situation from mid-May 2020. The airlines have introduced extra shipment capability with seats removed from the passenger cabin to maximize cargo capacity. This new form of cargo transport cannot stop SAGS from performing the services professionally, implementing corresponding equipment to optimize the service time.
SAGS’s employees applied belt loaders to optimize working operation on Turkisk Airlines (TK) CIC flight.
Goods were effectively arranged in strict conformity, bracing firmly on the Emirates’s aircraft.
SAGS continued to serve the cargo flight of IndiGo (6E) on July 08, 2020, securing the stacking, loading, and covering of the net according to the airline’s regulations
SAGS’s employees adhere to the requirements of loading instructions from experts, ensure safety and security for the flight.
T’way Air (TW) is our newest airline partner operating cargo-in-cabin service starting from November 2020.
SAGS’s staff secure the stacking, loading and covering of the net according to the airline’s regulations.