Syrian refugee cargo mission

FRAPORT Cargo Services (Germany) handled more than 40 tonnes of relief supplies heading for Syrian refugees who fled to Turkey to escape the violence.
Tents, blankets, baby food and water canisters were among the vital goods delivered to eight large camps in the southern city of Adana.
The humanitarian effort was co-ordinated by the organisation Wings of Help, which chartered an Airbus A300 with charter specialists Chapman Freeborn.
Fraport Cargo is a subsidiary of Fraport AG, which operates Frankfurt Airport.

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