To the rescue in Guam


Broker Air Charter Service has arranged the transport of over 500 tonnes of relief goods to Guam in the wake of Typhoon Mawar, which hit the region in late May.
Director for Government & Humanitarian Services, Ben Dinsdale,  said: “Following the significant damage suffered from the powerful storm we were asked to transport humanitarian cargo including generators, water tanks, tractors and trucks. Our New York and Houston cargo teams arranged eight charters on aircraft including an MD11, B747s and AN-124s, with most of the flights having to make a fuel stop in Hawaii, due to the large payloads and the 6,000 mile distance between the West Coast and Guam.
“In the weeks following the disaster, we arranged charters carrying a total of 500 tonnes to the region. One of our Miami team flew with the first Antonov AN-124 to ensure everything ran smoothly at both ends.”


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