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News & Articles / 19.03.2021

Air Serv and University of Michigan Partner to Improve Aerial Support in Humanitarian Aid

Air Serv International and the University of Michigan have entered into a groundbreaking partnership aimed to improve transportation logistics in field programs. This is the first collaboration for Air Serv International, one of the world’s leading aviation service providers for humanitarian missions, and the University...

News & Articles / 04.08.2020

Air Serv’s Navajo and Hopi Airlift Program Receives Donated Flight from Westwind Air Service

Phoenix, AZ. Phoenix-based Caravan operator Westwind Air Service, has generously donated a transport flight to the Navajo and Hopi Airlift Program coordinated by Air Serv International. The flight, which employed the use of a Cessna 206 and carried approximately 1,000lbs, delivered virus-fighting supplies to Chinle, Arizona, where they were...

News & Articles / 22.06.2020

Air Serv International Receives ISTAT Foundation Grant for COVID-19 Relief in Navajo Nation

Warrenton, VA. Virginia-based international aviation nonprofit Air Serv International, is mobilizing to begin operations within the Navajo Nation. The program will be primarily funded by a generous grant from the International Society of Transport Aircraft Trading (ISTAT) Foundation, which was awarded last week. The ISTAT Foundation is dedicated to supporting individuals...

News & Articles / 19.06.2020

Air Serv Begins COVID-19 Response in South Sudan

Juba, South Sudan. Air Serv has deployed an aircraft and begun operations in Juba, South Sudan. The Cessna Caravan, along with its crew of pilots, engineer, and base manager, will be supporting the COVID-19 response in eastern Africa. Following a mandatory two week quarantine period upon arrival, the crew and...

News & Articles / 03.04.2020

Air Serv Begins Operations in Central African Republic Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Entebbe, Uganda. An Air Serv aircraft is on the ground in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR) to support humanitarian operations there. The program is expected to be short term until it can be taken over by the French organization, Aviation Sans Frontieres (ASF). However, border...

News & Articles / 23.03.2020

Air Serv Prepares for COVID-19 Response

Entebbe, Uganda. The number of COVID-19 cases worldwide has now reached 340,000 and the death toll has surpassed 14,000, according to Johns Hopkins University. Uganda, the location of Air Serv’s operations and maintenance headquarters, confirmed its first case of the virus on 21 March. 43 of Africa’s 54 countries...

News & Articles / 29.01.2020

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Awards $500K Grant to Air Serv International

Warrenton, VA. The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has awarded a $500,000 grant to Air Serv International, which will support current and future humanitarian flight operations. The one-time grant was created and awarded in memory of Barron Hilton, who passed away in September of 2019, and honors his combined legacies as...

News & Articles / 07.08.2019

Air Serv Expands Operations in Eastern Africa

Entebbe, Uganda. Air Serv is expanding operations in eastern Africa with the deployment of two aircraft to Sudan and South Sudan. Two Cessna Grand Caravans have departed Entebbe, destined for Juba, South Sudan and Darfur, Sudan respectively. These will be the second and third Air...

News & Articles / 20.05.2019

Air Serv Sends Aircraft to Mozambique for Flood Relief

Entebbe, Uganda. An Air Serv aircraft has positioned to Mozambique, where it will support relief efforts following a devastating period of successive storms. On May 18, an Air Serv Cessna Grand Caravan departed Entebbe International Airport carrying a crew of five. The aircraft will be based...

News & Articles / 14.01.2019

Air Serv Positions Second Aircraft in South Sudan

Entebbe, Uganda. An Air Serv aircraft has departed Entebbe International Airport for South Sudan to support ongoing humanitarian relief efforts within the region. The Cessna Grand Caravan took off from Entebbe on January 13, following an inspection by the Ugandan Civil Aviation Authority. It will...