Faroese salmon flies high


Bakkafrost subsidiary, FarCargo has taken receipt of its first aircraft to help ensure delivery of the freshest salmon from its Faroe Island sites

Previously used by American Airlines for passenger flights since 2001, the Boeing 757-200 has been repurposed and can now hold up to 230 cbm of refrigerated cargo.

The company says the new operation will open up further possibilities for the Faroese market for perishables and other cargos which need express shipment.

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