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  • at the American Airlines cold storage facility at Philadelphia International Airport.

  • Workers lineup giant refrigerated containers that will be used to receive and transfer the coronavirus vaccine once it's approved for use.

  • To prepare for its role in transporting vaccines, the airline began trial flights in mid November.

  • The test flights come as airlines scramble to prepare ultra cold shipping and storage facilities to Transport Cove in 19 vaccines developed by Pfizer and Moderna, whose doses require deep freezing and are likely to be among the first to be distributed.

  • So what we're looking at here is an active container.

  • Roger Sam Ways Americans vice president of commercial cargo, says the containers run on batteries, so while it's in transit, it's able to regulate its temperature.

  • This is designed to maintain a temperature between two and eight degrees Celsius throughout shipments journey.

  • It's basically a giant fruits thinking of that way.

  • American is one of many airlines battered by the Cove in 19 Pandemic, preparing to play key roles in the mass vaccine roll out, which promises to unlock an immediate boost for the sector as people shun travel during the health crisis.

  • In line for major roles.

  • Airfreight specialists and airlines with large cargo arms such as Germany's Lufthansa and Air France KLM in cold storage warehouses that Amsterdam Schiphol Airport KLM workers are gearing up for a Surgeon Cove in 19 vaccine cargoes next year.

  • The preparations come as Britain begins its vaccine program this week, becoming the first country to roll out the Pfizer Bio and Tech Cove in 19 vaccine.

at the American Airlines cold storage facility at Philadelphia International Airport.

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