Correos Cargo in humanitarian relief flight

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Photo: Correos

Spain-based e-commerce airline Correos Cargo has transported humanitarian aid to Poland to help refugees from the Ukraine conflict.

The carrier used its A330 aircraft to carry more than 40 tons of food preparation equipment to Rzeszów-Jasionka airport in southeastern Poland, 90 km from the Ukrainian border.

“From now on this material is in the hands of World Central Kitchen, la ONG del Chef José Andrés with which we collaborated, which will be in charge of preparing meals for refugees fleeing conflict,” said Correos Cargo.

Spanish postal group Correos launched Correos Cargo in January to offer a parcel and merchandise air transport service to meet expanding e-commerce demand and strengthen Latin America-Europe-Asia logistics.

The A330 aircraft it offers it operated by Iberojet, currently flying on a Madrid–Hong Kong–Madrid route.

 

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