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User currently offlineFrndlySkys777 From United States of America, joined Apr 2000, 25 posts, RR: 0
Posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 15399 times:

Hello,

I was just wondering what airlines are helping with the tsunami relief efforts. Where are these (I'm assuming cargo) flights departing from and where are they going to?

It was a very unfortunate event indeed and my heart goes out to all the victims.

Regards,
FrndlySkys777

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User currently offlineNyc777 From United States of America, joined Jun 2004, 5732 posts, RR: 48
Reply 1, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 15234 times:

I beleive a lot of the regional airlines: Air India, Indian Airlines Jet Airways and Air Sahara in India. Thai and Phiket Air in Thailand, MAS in Malaysia.


That which does not kill me makes me stronger.
User currently offlineJoKeR From Serbia, joined Nov 2004, 2235 posts, RR: 9
Reply 2, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 15196 times:

A Nationwide Airlines 767-300 left South Africa for Phuket today to bring back South African tourists.

Don't know if Nationwide is sponsoring the flight or if it has been chartered by the South African Government.




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User currently offlineAndz From South Africa, joined Feb 2004, 8443 posts, RR: 10
Reply 3, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 15170 times:
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I went to Nationwide's website to see if there was any more information, I'll never criticise SAA for an out of date website again! The last press release on Nationwide's site is dated 25 February this year!

http://www.nationwideair.co.za



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User currently offlineOYRJA From Denmark, joined Feb 2007, 78 posts, RR: 15
Reply 4, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 15136 times:

I know SAS will send some Aircrafts over to bring home many of the Scandinavians out there in Thailand and surrounding areas.

They will have an extra flight that departs from ARN to BKK on the 30th, 31st and 1 of january.


User currently offlineMandala499 From Indonesia, joined Aug 2001, 6767 posts, RR: 76
Reply 5, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 15134 times:

Garuda Indonesia giving discount tickets for relatives of victims to fly to Banda Aceh (the hardest hit city in Indonesia), and free cargo for victims, relatives' cargo for victims, and also for relief aid... however, i don't have the full details.

I'm not sure on how some other airlines are helping, but I'm going to see one regional operator tomorrow hopefully to see...

Mandala499



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User currently offlineCXoneWorld From Australia, joined Aug 2004, 315 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 15116 times:

Jet Airways helped transporting a plane load of relief package to Andaman this morning. Indian Airlines and Cathay Pacific also offered logistics support to the Indian Red Cross.

http://www.newkerala.com/news-daily/news/features.php?action=fullnews&id=51302

Anyway may I urge everybody to give generously to victims in this horrific tragedy. The starting point is perhaps to get in touch with your local Red Cross Red Crescent or any other organisations:

http://www.icrc.org/eng

Thanks.

[Edited 2004-12-28 17:08:29]


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User currently offlineRussophile From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 7, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 15024 times:

Virgin Blue is sending a 737-800 to HKT, which will arrive in HKT on the morning of 29/12.

User currently offlineSOUPS From Ghana, joined Jun 2004, 3438 posts, RR: 14
Reply 8, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 11 hours ago) and read 14930 times:

Italy sent 3 747 (Alitalia i presume) and turkish airline sent an aircraft to Male to get 300 turkish tourists


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User currently offlineAlespesl From Czech Republic, joined Jan 2004, 582 posts, RR: 2
Reply 9, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 11 hours ago) and read 14907 times:

This is from CSA Czech Airlines website.

Czech Airlines adjusts its schedule and provides assistance to disaster stricken Sri Lanka
Prague, 27 December 2004

In connection with the natural disaster in the South-East Asia, Czech Airlines established an Emergency Operation Centre to facilitate flight planning and CSA assistance to tourists and people of the disaster stricken parts of Sri Lanka. CSA stopped selling tickets for the Colombo – Prague sector and will use the entire available capacity for passengers affected by the disaster. Injured and families with children will be given a priority.

This afternoon, scheduled OK 188 flight departed for Colombo. Following departures from Prague are planned for Tuesday, 28 December and extra flights for Wednesday, 29 December and Thursday, 30 December, back on Tuesday, 28 December, Wednesday, 29 December, Thursday, 30 December and Friday, 31 December. CSA also adjusted its schedule and the Wednesday flight to Dubai will continue to Colombo and offer the available capacity to Czech tourists who cannot return to the Czech Republic because of the disaster. CSA also sent additional staff to Colombo.

CSA offers the free capacity on its flights to transport humanitarian aid. 8 tons of packed drinking water were sent on today’s OK 188 flight from Prague to Colombo. In addition, CSA also sent its own humanitarian aid to Sri Lanka - first aid kits, sanitary supplies and clothing.

Upon request, CSA will change departure dates of passengers who planned to travel to Sri Lanka within the following days, free of charge. Departure dates may be changed free of charge from 27 December to 31 December 2004, provided the passenger selects another departure date until the end of April 2005. Detailed information is available at CSA Call Centre at tel. 239 007 007.




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User currently offlineVimanav From India, joined Jul 2003, 1515 posts, RR: 14
Reply 10, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 14841 times:

Not exactly an airline but the Government of Kuwait is planning to send in a C-130 into India tomorrow with some relief materials.

rgds//Vimanav



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User currently offlineBIGBlack From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 600 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 14831 times:

Horrible times. Good to see so many pitching in to help.


Someone special in the air
User currently offlineNumberTwelve From Germany, joined Dec 2004, 1431 posts, RR: 9
Reply 12, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 14811 times:

What you mean with helping? Flying goods/cargo and people for free?
I don't think so - and if they receive money for it, they do it for business.

There was a big earth quake in Kazakstan in the 80's and lots of people were giving money to send goods, food, help to that area.
Radio stations in Germany changed program and people were able to "buy" songs, the money was for the people in Kazakstan.

And what happened: Aeroflot got hundreds of thousands USD for the cargo flights. Imagine: this was the socialist area, an airline that didn't take care about money or economy.




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User currently offlineBIGBlack From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 600 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 14795 times:

Well I meant the half price for victims and such but I get your point. It's a shame we dont see more charitable acts then


Someone special in the air
User currently offlineColumba From Germany, joined Dec 2004, 7057 posts, RR: 4
Reply 14, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 14724 times:

German Airforce will send a A310MRT (Medevac) and a couple of chartered aircraft I guess LTU A330s as far as I heard


It will forever be a McDonnell Douglas MD 80 , Boeing MD 80 sounds so wrong
User currently offlineEham From Netherlands, joined Sep 2003, 448 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 14660 times:

Holland Exel B767-300ER (PH-AHX) picked up some Dutch people in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Rumours say Martinair MD-11F's will make some relief flights to Asia.

User currently offlineMACDADDY From United Kingdom, joined Jul 2004, 174 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 14647 times:

Britannia Nordic sent an empty B767-300 to HKT yesterday night.

I agree to some extent that the cargo airlines to generate business, but i know for a fact that some like Volga and a few others have lower rates, and some flights for the red cross are 'at cost!'

My deepest sympathies to all affected, for the second time in 5 years a truely global event, that will affect us all.



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User currently offlineAdriaticus From Mexico, joined May 2004, 1136 posts, RR: 19
Reply 17, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 9 hours ago) and read 14573 times:

FedEx, the US Coast Guard, and a group of Florida-based companies are working in sending a relief effort operation out of FedEx's Phillipine hub at Subic Bay. This group of corporations had set up a plan for assisiting in natural disasters in the Caribbean - just the location changed now.

FedEx normally makes available airlift capacity to help at no cost; recent examples include carrying relief materials on its B722F's to Grenada, A300-600F to Merida, etc.

__Ad.



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User currently offlineBmi From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2002, 321 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 14044 times:

i believe my travel sent a plane from the uk empty and so have thomsonfly (britannia) to pick up passengers who need to return, A330-200 and B767-300 respectivly.

Mark


User currently offlineSFO2SVO From United States of America, joined Jan 2004, 398 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 13962 times:

Russian MChS (State Dept for Emergency Situations) sent two IL-76s loaded with tents, blankets, etc. The planes picked up some stranded tourists on the way back.
Sadly, it has been reported that some airlines and tour operators were reluctant to cancel flights to the resorts to avoid issuing refunds to their customers.



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User currently offlineDxb From United Arab Emirates, joined Feb 2004, 25 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 13941 times:

Emirates

http://www.emirates.com/AboutEmirates/EmiratesNews/Headlines/tsunami.asp


User currently offlineC3000flyboy From Canada, joined May 2000, 104 posts, RR: 0
Reply 21, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 13799 times:

The G.P.I. 747-SP will be departing CVG for Hyderabad, India with relief volunteers and supplies. Scheduled departure Jan. 2nd, 2004 return Jan. 12th, 2004 approx.

Regards.



Emergency! Keep your head down, stay down!!
User currently offlineFinnWings From Finland, joined Oct 2003, 640 posts, RR: 2
Reply 22, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 13728 times:

Finnair has sent several B757s to HKT and I believe Air Finland has done the same.

Best Regards,
FinnWings


User currently offlineOlympicbis From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 13664 times:

An A340-300 of Olympic flew yesterday to HKT to pick up Greek and Cyprus nationals as well as many tourists from other nationalities while bringing some supplies in.
I am afraid we have not yet seen the total extent of this tragedy yet. What a horror !


User currently offlineCPH-R From Denmark, joined May 2001, 5980 posts, RR: 3
Reply 24, posted (9 years 7 months 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 13446 times:

Apart from SAS, it's my understanding that DK will send extra aircrafts out to HKT. According to the CPH arrivals site, DK will have an aircraft in from Colombo via ARN at around 4 AM tomorrow, but I'm not sure if that's a relief flight or scheduled flight. OX will also have an aircraft in from HKT via Lahore on Thursday, but again, I'm not sure if that's a relief flight..

25 Ezycrew : Belair (767-300) and Edelweiss (330-200) from ZRH to MLE and CMB to bring Swiss rescue workers, dogs and material, and return to Switzerland full with
26 BIGBlack : I just heard on CNN FedEx is donating the use of one of their 747's.
27 Behramjee : Since when did Fed Ex put their B 747Fs back in service? Etihad Airways is making available the cargo space in all of its flights to Asia over the nex
28 Post contains images Flybynight : FedEx is probably sending a DC10 or MD11, would be my guess. Heartbraking stories coming out of that area. CNN showed a young Swedish boy with a sign
29 TUNisia : That young Swedish boy that was on CNN saw his parents and brothers swept out to sea, CNN reported. Sad indeed.
30 CPH-R : The swedish kid is the same age as my niece (who came over for my sisters birthday), but fate would have it that members of his family has been found
31 BIGBlack : I dunno. You know the press. I did hear FedEx and 747 for sure. So, their mistake I guess. But regardless I am pretty sure FedEx is donating an a/c. I
32 Adriaticus : FedEx's largest aircraft nowadays is the MD11F, with 161,000 Lbs payload capacity. No jumbos. The A380-800F is expected to enter in service with FedEx
33 ZK-NBT : TG have said they will put on charter flights to AKL for NZers if need be.
34 Post contains links and images Andrewtang : If FedEX says they are sending 747, then it must be the Atlas Air operating on behalf of FX. View Large View MediumPhoto © Andrew Hunt - AirTeamI
35 OHLHD : OS had flights into CMB, MLE and HKT. The HKT flight back to VIE made an emergency stop in IST because a passenger was in such bad conditions that he
36 TW741 : just a supplement to OHLHD's posting: OS has meanwhile flown 3 times down to the area CMB-MLE-HKT, the 4th flight is on the way. Yesterday's flight (2
37 HS-LTA : From CathayPacific.com Cathay Pacific has also agreed to help governments and charities ferry supplies to stricken areas. Two sniffer dogs and their h
38 AGC525 : The US Government is sending C-130's for supplies, P-3 Orions for recon, and the USS Abraham Lincoln Battle group is also being sent to the area. Alon
39 Emrecan : Turkish Airlines sent an A340-313 `Aydin` to that area. It took some rescue squad there. Yesterday it returned Turkey with 13 people that witnessed th
40 Planenutz : Who is coordinating all of this? I mean, its one thing for countries, airlines, etc. to send aid and offer free tranport out of the area, but who's co
41 Post contains links FrndlySkys777 : Planenutz, According to the USAF website, US Pacific Command is coordinating the relief efforts. An article is availible at the USAF website: http://w
42 Post contains links Pkk : DHL is sending a relief flt from BAH to CMB tomorrow with goods donated by companies in Bahrain. http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/Story.asp?Article=1000
43 HAWK21M : Not exactly an airline but the Government of Kuwait is planning to send in a C-130 into India tomorrow with some relief materials. A C130 AF aircraft
44 Karan69 : Indian Airlines will operate 15 flights to Port Blair today {7 and 8 from Chennai and Kolkatta} Jet Airways will operate 3 from each Chennai and Kolka
45 Post contains links Capri : Moroccan government sending 2 C-130's full with medical supplies, vaccines and blankets according to national news agency http://www.map.co.ma and for
46 Springbok747 : A C130 AF aircraft landed Mumbai Tonight.It had the words Hellina [Something] Air Force written on it. Hawk, that could be a Greek Air Force C-130.
47 ZKSUJ : I heard that TG are flying victims out of the areas for free of charge.
48 Post contains links Aussie747 : The reply from Qantas. Insummary: - 2 extra flights 1 to Phuket 29th December 1 to Male and Colombo 30th December Both will take doctors an supplies a
49 Andrewtang : Qantas sent in VH-OGQ to Phuket via Singapore with callsign Qantas6003.
50 777ER : SAS are sending 15 planes
51 CPH-R : 777ER, Not quite correct: SAS have agreed to do unscheduled flight to the area (apart from the sceduled BKK-SIN run), which may total up to 10 extra f
52 Sk945 : I know that the Swedish goverment are in talk with SAS to convert one of the A333/A343 to a flying hospital. Work are hopefully in progress. Also SAS
53 Post contains links 777ER : CPH-R Just repeating the info that I got in this post. http://www.airliners.net/discussions/general_aviation/read.main/1881623/
54 Post contains links AeroWesty : I just happened to run across this while looking for something else. It looks like the Phuket Gazette is posting online some of the relief flights for
55 OHLHD : QR has sent one 332 to Male and returned to Doha with 130 pax on board which were brought and accomodated in the Ritz Carlton before travelling to the
56 Vadheim : Norwegian Government has converted 2 SAS B737-700 into hospital planes, they will fly shuttle between Oslo-Phuket via Zahedan (ZAH) in Iran until all
57 Schreiner : Air Holland Exel is getting the Dutch tourists out of there and takes freight to the area. Cheers, Schreiner
58 A346 : Condor picked up around 1000 people already, flew them back from Frankfurt. My mom who works for LH received them and "took care" of them with that sp
59 Sk945 : After a press conference by the Swedish PM, the goverment annouced that SAS will put 5 A333/A343, 3 B737 and 2 MD80 in use for the goverment of Sweden
60 SK A340 : I also saw that press confrence. How many stops does a 737 and a MD80 has to do on a flight from Thailand to Sweden? /SK A340
61 Sk945 : Well, two B737-800 have already left ARN will and will be back tomorrow evening. They will make a stop in Dubai. Thats the only stop planned due too S
62 PhotoLPPT : Air Luxor A330-300, CS-TMT, was leased by Novair of Sweden and will fly to Phuket to help in the repatriation of stranded tourists. Fly-in on the 30th
63 Lamedianaranja : But what is the conclusion? No airline does it for free! They all get paid by their respective governments/aid organisations. Dutch airlines have been
64 Eham : Martinair B767-300ER (MP 554) just returned at it's base in Amsterdam non-stop from Colombo, Sri Lanka with aboard stranded Dutch people.
65 PhotoLPPT : YES L1011, CS-TMX also left LIS for Phuket, from where it will bring swedish tourist home. Regards, Luis
66 JoKeR : JAT's DC-10 was rolled out of the hanger today at BEG. Could it be preparing for the rescuing mission of Serbo Montenegrin citizens from S.E. Asia. I
67 Post contains images Solnabo : The Swedish Govt. have declared to flag halfmast new years day God bless. Micke//SE
68 Mandala499 : Garuda, Batavia and Lion Air are setting "humanitarian" prices for Medan-Banda Aceh at US$44 (thereabouts) one way... with other allowances and extra
69 BDRules : I saw an IL76 depart from EMA this afternoon. I am not sure if this was an aid flight. hopefully someone can help.
70 Post contains links and images CcrlR : Wow, all this help from the airlines. Too bad there aren't any flying hospitals that can help like the ones from Switzerland(Privatair, and the others
71 Post contains links 'Longreach' : Take a look at this a/c: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/4131381.stm Scroll to photo 11 or 12.
72 Afay1 : Aeroflot is apparently offering its services in addition to the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry.
73 Alcregular : Was just on UK news, Oxfam chartered a FCA aircraft which took off this afternoon full of aid, especially fresh drinking water, and an sircraft took o
74 Alessandro : Swedish media claim a price hike on 30% for wet leasing planes. [Edited 2004-12-29 20:20:31]
75 Lamedianaranja : KLM has put a ticket policy into effect whereby passengers can change their date of travel to the affected areas without cost, or change their destina
76 HS-LTA : Correction on previous post. China Government chartered 2 China Southern B744F to Sri-Lanka and Indonesia instead of IL76. Also,from China... Air Chin
77 Vfw614 : My understanding is that the German government is putting a second GAF Airbus A310-300 MEDEVAC on stand-by (aircraft apparently has to be converted) w
78 Post contains links ThomasCook : Hi, MyTravel Airways sent an A330-200 out on Monday and a B757-200 on Tuesday and the Group today confirmed reports of seven fatalities out of its 5,4
79 Copenhagenboy : According to this link My Travel Northern Europe have 19 evacuation flights between Scandinavia and Phuket/Bangkok. Sorry only in Norwegian http://www
80 Post contains links Afay1 : The Russian Emergency Situations Ministry has sent IL-76 passenger planes to retrieve Russian tourists from Thailand and Sri Lanka. They are being dis
81 Rickster : source Austrian homepage - mediarelease: Austrian Airlines Group expands Air-Lift from the crisis-region in South East Asia with a special flight from
82 Sk945 : Due to press information from the Swedish State department this morning, Sweden have asked USA and UK for help to bring home injured Swedes. The two M
83 Alessandro : Flights can be hampered by vulcano eruption on the island of Baratang just north of South Andaman island where Port Blair are located.
84 Alessandro : Volvo are send their biz jet with place for 5 seriously injured to Phuket, they´ll use it as long as it´s needed.
85 Zizou : Qantas is sending 747-438 VH-OJJ to Colombo and Male via SIN. QFA6031 SIN/MLE/CMB departs at 1640 QFA6030 CMB/SIN departs at 2340 QFA6030 SIN/SYD depa
86 BCal : News release from BA Thursday,30 December 2004, the airline finalised plans to cancel a commercial flight on Saturday to assist repatriation, to suppo
87 Boeing757/767 : Here's what NW is doing: http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/041230/cgth010_1.html
88 NumberTwelve : German's foreign minister guess that the last German tourists will come back before years end. I guess that there are not more flights planned - for t
89 Sk945 : The Swedish goverment have got some room on a German A300 for injuerd. At least for two more days and if requiered, the A300 will be rent or lent, not
90 AlitaliaMD11 : SOUPS wrote that Italy is sending three 747s he said that he thought they where AZ. AZ stopped opperating the 747. I think that it might be 747s lease
91 FA4UA : United Airlines Assists Tsunami Relief Effort in Asia United will provide available cargo space for relief supplies en route to southern Thailand, In
92 JoKeR : Some 40 tons of governmental aid has been prepared and is awaiting dispatch at Belgrade Surcin. The Serbian people's generosity is also evident throug
93 M404 : This was on Northwest PR site Northwest Airlines and AmeriCares Announce Relief Effort for South Asia Northwest to Transport Supplies for Victims of E
94 Afay1 : It is interesting.... if the US military wasn't overextended in Iraq, what air support and otherwise would have been offered. Two carrier battle group
95 Sk945 : afay1, It seams that Irag has nothing to do with it. The Swedish goverment asked USA for help yesterday evening and the answere were that USA aint eva
96 Bogi : The First "Medivac" A310 just land at CGN with over 50 Emergency Case beside german there were French, Austrian and Swedisch Tourist. The A310 will be
97 777ER : Qantas Statement on Tsunami Relief Latest News SYDNEY, 29 December 2004 Qantas said today that in the wake of the earthquake and series of tsunamis th
98 ClipperNo1 : All I can say is that I'm really, really glad that our government invested in these MedEvac planes. Tax money well spent. Here's something from fedex.
99 NumberTwelve : Clipper #1: totally agree. That was great that we have these MedEvacs! Hopefully we don't need them that often.
100 AirAmericaC46 : My prayers for all the victims and their families. It is heart-warming to see a united world once again showing unconditional love to the victims. I
101 Post contains links and images Joge : Some flights expected for HEL and ARN for tonight: HEL: 23:00 Phuket Ahmedabad AY1966 05:45 Phuket Dubai Stockholm Arlanda FIF007 06:40 Singapore Bang
102 Accargo : AC has shipped relief supplies as belly freight on it's LHR flights for onward cnx, and will be sending flights direct on Jan 4th and Jan 5th with vol
103 SA365C1 : Air Scotland sent there 757-200 out there 2 days ago to Phuket and took injured swedes back to stockholm arlanda.
104 Alessandro : AirA, just after the first earthquake one A310 took off from Port Blair, it was there. Now Jet Airways and Indian Airlines operate B737 on the damaged
105 Swissgabe : I'm kind of surprised, that people don't consider that affected airlines still would do their best to help. Enclosed a press release of SriLankan Airl
106 AirAmericaC46 : Hello Alessandro, Just curious about the A310 in Port Blair----what airline and what route did it fly to? The Indian and Jet Airways 20 flights per d
107 Koenie : I don't know if it's relevant in this thread however I wish to share that SNBA gave all the EU citizens arriving with the A310-200 flight of the belgi
108 LongHauler : In addition to giving belly space as noted above, Air Canada is also sending two A340-300s. I recently received this email: TSUNAMI RELIEF - Volunteer
109 Alcregular : Just read on ITV teletext that there is an aircraft sur to leave PIK on Monday night with water supplies, but I don't know what airline or aircraft is
110 Post contains images Leezyjet : Virgin Atlantic sent an A343 from LHR-CMB last night with 45,000kgs of water that had been donated by Kwik Save/Morrisons and Somerfield supermarkets.
111 PANAM_DC10 : A flight left Stanstead today (for Indonesia?) and Sky News showed what looked like a DC-8 being loaded. It was a charter for a Relief Organisation an
112 Intheknow : Virgin Atlantic is sending a flight to Male today. Dont know any more. ITK
113 Neptunescar : i didnt get to male till three days after the wave because the hotel i was working at was destroyed...lucky to have survived the terrifying experience
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