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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...

News & Articles / 30.12.2004

Air Serv International sends aircraft to Southeast Asia to assist in tsunami relie

Planes and Helicopters Enroute to Sri Lanka and Indonesia WARRENTON, Virginia, Dec. 30, 2004 - Air Serv International, a humanitarian air service operating in areas of great need throughout the world, is sending a fleet of aircraft to southeast Asia to help facilitate the massive response...

News & Articles / 16.11.2004

Air Serv International to assist Congo basin initiative

Warrenton, Va., Nov. 16,2004--Air Serv International will fly workers throughout the Congo Basin in support of a significant rehabilitation and development project in the five countries bordering the Congo River, as a result of a two-year $4.35 million contract with USAID. The goal of the Congo...

News & Articles / 29.09.2004

Air Serv now operating three planes in Carribbean hurrican recovery

DC-3 Arrives in Barbados to Shuttle Supplies to Grenada, Where 80% of Homes Were Destroyed WARRENTON, Virginia, Sept. 29, 2004 - A DC-3 cargo aircraft operated by Air Serv International arrived yesterday afternoon in Barbados to begin carrying supplies from the surrounding islands to Grenada. The...

News & Articles / 21.09.2004

Air Serv expands hurricane response – Humanitarian Air Service send planes to Haiti and Grenada

WARRENTON, Virginia, Sept. 21, 2004 - Air Serv International dispatched its Cessna 208 Caravan aircraft to Haiti today, responding to the destruction of Hurricane Jeanne that killed at least 600 people in Haiti this weekend. The humanitarian air service also sent a King Air 200...

News & Articles / 13.09.2004

Air Serv plane arrives in Jamaica with relief workers

Aircraft Is First to Kingston After Hurricane Ivan WARRENTON, Virginia, Sept. 13, 2004 -- An Air Serv International Cessna 208 Grand Caravan arrived in Kingston, Jamaica, Sunday evening with five relief workers who will assist the island nation and surrounding islands in its recovery from Hurricane...

News & Articles / 22.07.2004

Sudan: Air Serv expands relief fleet in Darfur crisis

Humanitarian Aircraft Added in Face of Mounting Deaths The crisis created by the abuses by militia in Darfur, Sudan, has created "the world's worst humanitarian crisis, with one million people forced to flee their homes." -- United Nations WARRENTON, Virginia, July 22, 2004 -- Air Serv International,...