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Ethiopian Airlines and Airbus Foundation Fly Relief Goods to Ethiopia

May 24, 2017

Ethiopian Airlines, the German NGO humedica e.V, Aviation without Borders and the Airbus Foundation, joined to facilitate the transport of nine tonnes of humanitarian goods from Toulouse, France, to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, utilising the delivery flight of Ethiopian Airlines’ latest A350 XWB.

 

 

 

The goods are to provide relief to drought prone areas in the East African region, and consisted of diarrhoeal disease kits, emergency food rations, emergency health kits and clothing. Upon arrival, the goods were handed over to the Ethiopian Airlines Foundation, the Ethiopian Administration for Refugee and Returnee Affairs and the National Disaster Risk Management Commission for further distribution to refugee camps as well as health stations

“We are honoured to be working with humedica, Aviation without Borders and the Airbus Foundation to perform this humanitarian flight. The acceptance of our latest A350 XWB is made more meaningful as we transport much needed relief goods to the drought affected areas in the region. Ethiopian Airlines will continue with its leadership role in fulfilling its corporate social responsibilities, focusing as much on sustainability and social responsibility as on pure business performance,” said Tewolde GebreMariam, Group CEO Ethiopian Airlines.

“Whenever possible, we try to use delivery flights of new aircraft to our customers to ship medical or humanitarian donations to countries or regions in need,” said Fabrice Brégier, President Airbus Commercial Aircraft and member of the Airbus Foundation’s Board of Directors. “I would like to thank Ethiopian Airlines, humedica, Aviation without Borders and all partners involved in the organisation for their tireless efforts and logistics support to successfully execute this mission.”  

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