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Part of what makes this aviation shipment case study stand out is the cargo. This was a Fiat G.91 PAN with an incredible past. It initially flew with the Italian Air Force for 8 years before being transferred to the Frecce Tricolori (Tricolor Arrows) in 1966, where it served as an aerial demonstration team like America’s Blue Angels and Thunderbirds, the Canadian Snowbirds, or the Japanese Blue Impulse and White Arrows. As an aerobatic squadron, the Frecce Tricolori served in a non-combat role.
For close to four months, The Museum of Flight in Seattle used 3D modeling and engineering to construct a one-of-a-kind cradle that could carry the entire plane in a 40-foot shipping container. They kept the fuselage intact but removed the wings, pylons, drop tanks, wheels, and horizontal stabilizers into specially designed wooden cradles that sat on a metal framework. Also, a local collaborator joined by helping to load and move the plane safely into the shipping container with one of their heavy-weight forklifts.