Since 1984 Air Serv International, a US-based 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, has provided "last mile" air transportation in support of humanitarian programs and disaster relief operations worldwide.
All Air Serv flight and aircraft maintenance operations are performed by the organization's wholly owned Ugandan subsidiary, Air Serv Limited (ASL). With a maintenance and flight operations base at Entebbe International Airport, ASL currently operates a fleet of six Cessna Caravans. In addition to humanitarian flying, ASL offers general commercial air charter, aircraft maintenance, and facility services.
In January 2013 Air Serv began flight operations from Juba, South Sudan with a Cessna C208B Grand Caravan, chartered by the United Nations World Food Program (WFP). Flown on behalf of the United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS), Air Serv is transporting humanitarian aid workers from a wide variety of NGOs - World Vision, Oxfam, CARE, UNHCR, UNICEF, International Committee of the Red Cross, Across, Food for the Hungry, SNV, Save the Children, and Concern, to name a few - to and from their remote work sites.
Air Serv News
At its recent annual aviation safety conference in Geneva, Switzerland, the United Nations World Food Program recognized Paul Ogwang, Air Serv's Director of Maintenance, for "his exceptional contribution to the international humanitarian community." Please see our press release for full details.
Air Serv International has begun construction of a second aircraft hangar at Entebbe International Airport, Uganda. Please see our press release for full details.
Air Serv International is pleased to announce receipt of a grant award from The International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading (ISTAT) Foundation. Please see our press release for full details.