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News & Articles / 08.02.2008

Air Serv International sends second aircraft to Chad

Crisis in Chad increases demand for humanitarian air services Warrenton, Virginia 8 February 2008 - An Air Serv International Twin Otter aircraft arrived yesterday in Abeche, Chad from Entebbe, Uganda. The aircraft was sent in response to the increased demand for humanitarian air services in Chad...

News & Articles / 03.02.2008

Chad conflict – Update Sunday 03 Feb 2008 9 pm

Heavy fighting continued in Chad's capital, N'Djamena today between anti-government rebels and the Chad National Army. Air Serv International's Chad country director, finance manager, and an aircraft engineer, who were in N'Djamena when the fighting broke out, were all evacuated safely. Aircraft engineer Elish Gokavi...

News & Articles / 01.02.2008

Chad conflict – Update 01 Feb 2008 5 pm

Air Serv International team in Abeche continues to assist with evacuation of UN & NGO staff - Normal humanitarian flight service still in effect - Air Serv International staff in N'Djamena advised to evacuate - remain on standby. Air Serv International's staff in the town of...

News & Articles / 01.02.2008

Iraq: First flight to Sulaimaniyah

Air Serv International expands flight schedule into Iraq in support of MSF-France and other humanitarian NGOs working in Kurdistan Warrenton, Virginia, 1 February 2008 - In preparation for a new humanitarian flight service linking Amman, Jordan with Sulaimaniyah, Iraq, Air Serv International Country Director Arthur Hussey...

News & Articles / 03.01.2008

Air Serv International gives hope to children in Iraq

Six full-scale medical evacuations completed in November in Iraq Warrenton, VA - January 3, 2007 - At the request of the Palestine Children's Relief Fund, in November Air Serv International flew three children from Iraq to hospitals equipped to treat their specific injuries in Jordan, in addition...

News & Articles / 14.11.2007

England expands support of humanitarian flight service in the Congo

The British Department for International Development (DFID), which has since 2004 financed Air Serv International's humanitarian flights in The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), recently expanded its support to add a Cessna Caravan in Lubumbashi. Air Serv International opened its Lubumbashi base in 2004 with...

News & Articles / 02.11.2007

DR Congo: Air Serv International Scheduled and On demand Flights from Kinshasa (as of 02 Nov 2007)

Download Map UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs: To learn more about OCHA's activities, please visit http://unocha.org/. Click Here to get Adobe Acrobat Reader to view PDF Documents in this page....

News & Articles / 02.11.2007

Air Serv International expands service to Sudan

On November 2, 2007 Air Serv International took delivery of an Astar 350 (squirrel) helicopter in South Sudan. The aircraft will fly on November 5th to support UNOPS assessment teams visiting schools in southern Sudan. The helicopter will be based in Juba, Sudan. Air Serv International...

News & Articles / 25.10.2007

Air Serv International expands DRC programs 25 Oct 2007

Air Serv International announces the first flight of a Beechcraft 1900c with service from Kinshasa to Goma on October 31st 2007. This aircraft will be dedicated to the exclusive use and needs of the humanitarian and international community. The aircraft will be based at Kinshasa...

News & Articles / 18.10.2007

Air Serv International responds to Ebola outbreak in DRC

WARRENTON, VA, OCTOBER 18, 2007 - Air Serv International has positioned an additional Cessna Caravan in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to help fight the recent outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever in the country. The aircraft will be operating there for a period...