September 18, 2020

Fuelling Beirut Relief Flight

With a heavy heart, we’ve seen the devastation caused by the recent explosion in Lebanon. Many organisations globally have appealed for help as many have no roof on their head and the trauma amongst the population especially young children, is truly worrying.
A relief flight is being organised through Captain Charles Pace and “Aviation Malta” in collaboration with Red Cross, whereby an A340 donated by Hi Fly Malta will arrive from Portugal on the 24th of September and will be loaded with medicines, food, clothes and other essential items, and flown to Beirut.
As a contribution from our end, we will be offering 100 tonnes of Jet Fuel to make this trip possible.
#fuelledbyenemed #fuellingrelief 

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