In Palermo the giant of the skies. He transported a solar power converter to Australia
Sicilian technological products land in Australia. An exceptional transport of 25 tons: a solar energy converter that from Palermo will arrive at the other end of the Earth, in Sidney, Australia, thanks to the cargo plane one of the largest in the world which, after five years, returned to run the runway of over three kilometers, the longest in southern Italy, at the Palermo Falcone Borsellino international airport.
The Antonov Company’s Antonov 124-100M-150 is an air giant 69.10 meters long and 21.10 meters high, with 73.30 meters of wingspan. It came from Bucharest. At the Palermo airport, the technicians of GH Italia Palermo and XPH Xpress Handling transferred the converter built in Sicily and destined for an Australian wind farm.