American Airlines today announced that it will fly a handful of cargo-only flights to Europe, using its standard 777-300 passenger planes, over the course of the next few days.
By default, virtually all airlines carry cargo on their domestic and international flights.
As of now, American and the other major U.S. airlines have suspended the majority of their international long-haul flights.
Delta, too, recently announced that it would use some of its grounded passenger planes to move cargo.
As airlines continue to grapple with the fallout of this pandemic, we’ll likely see more of them do this in the coming weeks.

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