A Cargolux Boeing 747 was the last of three large jets to fly between Saudi Arabia and Brazil this week, to transport electric cars and Formula E equipment.
As previously informed by AEROIN, the first Jumbo Jet landed in the early hours of Thursday, February 1st, the second landed during the day yesterday, Friday, 2nd, and in the early hours of this Saturday, the operation was completed with the third flight.
Although scheduled to depart Saudi Arabia only this Saturday morning, the last Boeing 747 was brought forward. While the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) system indicates that flight CLX-6655 would arrive at 10:45 pm today, the landing took place at 11:35 pm yesterday, as shown in the images from the “Viracopos FullHD” channel in the following video:
As data from the online flight tracking platform RadarBox shows, the Jumbo allocated by Cargolux was the 747-400F registered under registration LX-LCL, which departed from Riyadh, made a refueling stop in Accra, Ghana, and continued to the airport Viracopos International, in Campinas (SP).
The Brazilian stage of the competition for fast electric vehicles will be held in São Paulo, at the Anhembi Sambadrome, on March 16th. Afterwards, Formula E will depart, again via Viracopos Airport, heading to Japan. For now, there is still no schedule for departure flights.
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