Asiana Airlines has restored all of its seven refurbished cargo aircraft back to passenger aircraft. Asiana Airlines refurbished seven passenger aircraft, four A350s and three A330s, into cargo aircraft to respond to increasing cargo demand during the Covid-19 pandemic. Each refurbished aircraft flew more than 500 cargo flights, cashing in $30,000 in revenue transporting 70,000 tons of cargo. The airline made an announcement after it completed reinstalling 260 economy seats in the last A330 aircraft that was refurbished into a cargo plane. “We conducted safety checks on the reinstalled seats for the safety and comfort of the passengers. This aircraft
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