We have the pleasure of Jimmy Nares, Section Chief, Aviation Marketing, Miami-Dade Aviation Dept. and Board Member of Pharma.Aero, moderating this session, he is joined by Michelle Mosco, Director, Regional Air Logistics Pharma & Healthcare – North America, Kuehne + Nagel, Cristina Oñate López de Letona, VP Marketing & Product Development, Marketing and Business Development, LATAM Cargo, Pablo Rousselin, Managing Director of Aviation, DHL Aero Expreso, Shawnpaul Booth, Vice President, Business Performance & Operations Support NA, WFS and Donald (Don) Harrison, Head of Global Key Accounts – Airlines, Envirotainer.
The panel look at how airports have played a critical role in vaccine distribution and the different methods used by airports to deliver vaccines.
– How life at work has changed since the pandemic, from sanitising aircraft to the implementation of medical passports.
– Some of the vaccines required extremely cold temperature storage. One of the issues early on was whether the industry could amass adequate quantities of dry ice to maintain these temperatures. The panellists tell us about their experience using dry ice and go into a bit more detail about the vaccine packaging process in general.
– The pandemic and vaccine rollout have posed many challenges for the aviation industry. But there have also been positive stories about unprecedented levels of collaboration between various stakeholders. The panellists explain how increased cooperation with partners helped facilitate a successful vaccine rollout.
– The panellists talk about some of the challenges that arose during vaccine distribution that they didn’t anticipate.