Air Partner’s German office received an urgent request to fly aircraft wheels and undercarriage parts for an AOG of a B777. The shipment consisted of 10 wheels and 4 undercarriage parts, which was a perfect fit for an AN12. The parts were located in the west of Germany and the aircraft was waiting for these parts in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (DAR). Since traffic rights for a flight could take up to two working days in Germany, it was decided to truck everything to Luxembourg (LUX) where traffic rights are granted much quicker. The AN12 was still in Europe from a previous flight and would need only 3 hours to position to LUX after the confirmation of the traffic rights. During the traffic rights application and positioning of the aircraft, the parts were brought to LUX and scanned so that all was ready when the aircraft arrived. LUX was pre-alerted to secure a smooth handling and loading of the a/c. The ground time in LUX was minimized to 1hrs45min. The AN12 arrived the next day in Dar es Salaam (DAR) and received a parking position right next to the strikened B777 which provided for a swifty transfer of the shipment.