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Business Aviation to help against COVID-19

Date: 06 Apr 2020 21:07 (UTC)
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Air Charter Company Helps Feed COVID-19 Impacted Citizens

Business aviation companies throughout the country are lending a hand to those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

In USA, Wheels Up, an on-demand Part 135 charter operator, is doing its part to feed those who have suffered job losses and other hardships during the crisis.

Company CEO Kenny Dichter said he was inspired to act by his friends and business partners, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife, singer-songwriter Ciara, and their recent donation of one million meals through the Feeding America program in Washington state. http://www.feedingamerica.org/mealsup


In EUROPE, Aviation Sans Frontières is setting up a collaborative platform to transport health personnel free of charge and in emergencies. [email protected]

Dassault Aviation Places two Falcon Aircraft at Service of Operation Resilience. The first mission, involving the two aircraft, took place on Sunday, April 5. It brought a team of 26 doctors and other medical personnel from Brest, Brittany back to Paris. The team had accompanied COVID-19 patients to Brest on a special medical train



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