National Airlines Transports Ebola Medical & Relief Supplies
October 3, 2014
National Airlines in cooperation with United States Government is using one of its B747-400 Freighters to carry a planeload of medical and relief supplies from New York to Monrovia Airport.
National Airlines’ expertise in specific air-freight services and experience in supporting governments and militaries globally by flying passengers and cargo to remote and challenging destinations ensured it was an apt choice to safely fly this mission.
Glen Joerger, National Airlines’ President spoke of his team’s experience in assisting in varied difficult situations, whether its is flying missions into war zones to bringing aid to victims of natural disasters. National has been anxious to contribute in doing something for those in Africa threatened by Ebola, and took on the task when called on for this medical and supply mission.
Christopher Alf, CEO of National Airlines’ parent company, National Air Cargo Holdings keeps those afflicted by Ebola victims in prayer. National’s Airlines and all freight forwarding arms in Middle East, New York and Germany are prepared to support governments and relief agencies in US and other countries in their efforts to deal with Ebola.