Tram Arrives Into Shot By Air (Video)

Tram Arrives to Samsun by Plane: The Chinese firm, which won the tram tender of Samsun Metropolitan Municipality, loaded the first tram to the ship about 3 weeks ago, but the Haiyan typhoon, which affected the Far East, prevented the ship from moving forward. The company brought the 40-meter tram, which it wanted to deliver on day, to Samsun with Antonov An-225 Mriya, one of the world's largest cargo aircraft.
Samsun Metropolitan Municipality held a tender on September 25, 2012 for the purchase of trams to be used in the existing tram line. The Chinese company CNR, which won the tender for the 5 trams planned to be purchased, sent the first 40-meter-long tram to Samsun with 88,4-engine cargo aircraft Antonov An-88 Mriya with 6 meters of length and 225 meters of wingspan.
Samsun Carsamba Airport, which departed in the morning hours 4 2 parts of the work as a piece of tram downloaded, with the help of cranes to be brought to the relevant facilities to be combined with the loading of the truck.
It would come by sea, typhoon prevented it
Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), SAMULAŞ General Manager Akın Üner stated that the delivery date of the first tram is today, “The first tram had to be delivered today, as per the firm specification. The first 40-meter-long tram was loaded on board about 3 weeks ago. It would be delivered to us by ship, but when the Haiyan typhoon, which hit the Far East, prevented the ships from sailing in the sea, the company officials kept the world's largest cargo plane and sent the tram to us to comply with the specifications.
Stating that the tram was sent in 2 parts, Üner said, “After assembling the tram, we will make a test drive for 1 month. After that, we will put it into public use. I think we're the first municipality is trams meet at the airport in Turkey, "he said.
Airplane parking on the apron Opening the cockpit section of the plane Laying the apron rail for the tram to be lowered from the plane. Detail images of aircraft and tramway

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