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Mega hopes for airfreight television observational documentary

Mega hopes for airfreight television observational documentary

In September, Air Cargo Week reported on a television series that promises to bring airfreight to wider public attention. UK-based producers of ‘Mega Air’ report that filming is well underway for the airfreight observational documentary.

back2back productions says: “Filming is well under way on ‘Mega Air’. We are working with some of the biggest airlines and airports around the world in an attempt to showcase the world of air cargo. Thus far we’ve filmed a real range of stories to showcase the industry.”

The company will continue to film up until early March, and the producers still want to hear from any freight forwarders, brokers or airlines who move cargo around the world.

“We are particularly interested in any ‘unusual’ and ‘quirky’ cargo that members of the public wouldn’t be aware travels by air. This programme really is one of a kind, and a huge chance for anyone based in the industry to show off their operation to the world! Even if you offer a more bespoke service, or if your company is a smaller family-run organisation we would like to hear from you,” said the company.

The company adds that the programme is “very character driven” as producers completely understand the importance of the individuals in the industry. “If you’ve worked in the industry for a considerable amount of time, have seen it all, and would let us showcase your story, get in touch!” say the company.

If anyone has any cargo they would like the Mega Air to showcase, then get in touch jack.clarke@back2back.tv

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James Graham

James Graham is an award-winning transport media journalist with a long background in the commercial freight sector, including commercial aviation and the aviation supply chain. He was the initial Air Cargo Week journalist and retuned later for a stint as editor. He continues his association as editor of the monthly supplements. He has reported for the newspaper from global locations as well as the UK.

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