Welcome relief: Focus on humanitarian aid charters

Africa’s Ebola virus, a typhoon in the Philippines and an earthquake in Nepal. Each humanitarian crisis is unique but they share a common factor: freighters help save lives.
The air charter team at the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) is often a lead relief aid agency when a global disaster strikes…
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