January 2005

News & Articles / 13.01.2005

President Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell request meeting with Air Serv official

President Bush Asks for Update on Air Serv International's Tsunami Relief Efforts from Kurt Neuenschwander Washington, D.C., Jan. 13, 2005-In his meeting with NGOs this week on tsunami relief efforts, President Bush and USAID Administrator Andrew Natsios singled out Air Serv&rquo;s International Chief Pilot Kurt Neuenschwander...

News & Articles / 12.01.2005

South Asia: Air Serv International flies NGO teams and government officials to hardest hit areas of tsunami destruction

Catholic Relief Services, CARE, World Vision, UN Assessment Teams, and US Congressional Delegations On Air Serv's Passenger List Colombo, Sri Lanka, Jan. 12, 2005 -- Senators Lugar, Frist, and Shays and staff are visiting areas of tsunami destruction in Sri Lanka today utilizing a King Air...

News & Articles / 07.01.2005

Air Serv cargo plane and helicopters arrive in Sumatra

Relief Flights Made Possible by a Grant from South African Government Medan, Sumatra, Sri Lanka, Jan. 7, 2005 -- Two Bell 407 helicopters operated by Air Serv International, the humanitarian air service already serving tsunami victims in Sri Lanka, have begun relief flights for victims in...

News & Articles / 06.01.2005

Air Serv official finds a solemn scene in Sri Lanka

Relief Flights Begin Colombo, Sri Lanka, Jan. 6, 2005-Air Serv International began relief flights in Sri Lanka yesterday, flying to Galle and conducting an initial assessment of stricken coastal areas in a King Air 300. Air Serv President Stuart Willcuts describes the area as "a solemn...

News & Articles / 04.01.2005

Air Serv International aircraft arrived in Sri Lanka to assist in tsunami relief

WARRENTON, Virginia, Jan. 4, 2005 -- Air Serv International aircraft have arrived in Sri Lanka and have begun operations as part of the massive response of the humanitarian community to tsunami disaster. A King Air 300 and a Puma helicopter will be used for transporting...