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26 October 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 22:14 GMT+1

February 3, 2020

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ANAMA welcomes the exemption of all-cargo flights from the blockade of Italy-China air links

Albertini: within a few hours of the blockade we had trade distortion in favour of trade other EU airports

The National Association of Air Freight Agents (ANAMA) thanked the Italian government for the decision to exempt flights all cargo from the blockade of the Italy-China air links that is been laid out last Friday as a security measure and prevention following the certification of the first two cases of coronavirus in Italy. ANAMA, which is the aerial section of the Federation of Italian Shippers Fedespedi and adheres to Confetra, pointed out that this decision came thanks to the ANAMA itself, which on the same day, in a letter to the President of the Council, Giuseppe Conte, to the Minister Health Minister Roberto Speranza, and the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport, Paola De Micheli, immediately asked by the voice of her President, Alessandro Albertini, to deepen the motivations suspension for all cargo flights (a decision not taken other EU countries), to assess a possible restoration.

"We thank the government," said Albertini, "for the speed with which he responded positively to our and our confederation, Confetra, for supporting us and supported. Once there is no danger to public health, it was absolutely necessary and urgent to end a blockade that would certainly have caused a very serious damage to the import-export Italian. Already after a few hours of the blockade, in fact, we airship we've seen a distortion of trade other EU airports that would have burdened enormously on the air cargo industry and the whole economy Italian. We must not forget, in fact, that this is a strategic sector for our country and for Made in Italy: enough think -- recalled Albertini -- that cargo traffic on the Italian airports in 2018 exceeded one million tonnes and 26% of the value of non-EU Italian exports.'

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