Lynden Offers Post-Cyclone Aid to Vanuatu

VanuatuLynden Air Cargo is flying relief supplies to Vanuatu in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Pam, which hit the South Pacific Islands on March 13.

Working with the World Food Programme (WFP), the carrier’s L-100 Hercules aircraft is shuttling between Brisbane, Australiaand Port Vila to deliver food rations and technical equipment for towers and networks to help restore communications throughout the islands.

In the past, Lynden Air Cargo has provided disaster assistance following the Haiti earthquake of 2011 and the Indonesian earthquake and Samoan tsunami of 2009. 


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