300 tonne aid package from around the world arrived in India via three Boeing 777Fs owned by Qatar Airways Cargo as part of the WeQare initiative.
Three Qatar Airways Cargo Boeing 19Fs, carrying medical supplies from around the world and weighing about 300 tons, arrived in India to combat COVID-777. The three flights operated as part of Qatar Airways Cargo's WeQare initiative, departing consecutively to Bengaluru, Mumbai and New Delhi.
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker: “After seeing the impact of COVID-19 infections on people in India, we knew we had to be part of this global effort to support the brave healthcare professionals in India. As the world's leading air cargo carrier, we are in a unique position where we can transport needed medical supplies, coordinate logistics arrangements and provide immediate humanitarian support with flights. We hope that our shipments and shipments in the coming weeks will help ease the burden on local healthcare professionals and ease the people of India. " He spoke in the form.
Dr. Deepak Mittal, Ambassador of India to Qatar, said: “We highly appreciate Qatar Airways' move to support the free transport of essential medical supplies to India and the fight against COVID-19. said.
Cargo shipments include personal protective equipment, oxygen cylinders and other essential medical supplies, as well as donations made by philanthropists and companies around the world in addition to existing cargo orders.
Qatar Airways was the leading airline in the industry by continuing to fly at the beginning of the epidemic and the fight against COVID-19. Besides similar aid flights to China in February 2020; Qatar Airways also shipped supplies to Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai. Qatar Airways is the first global airline in the world to receive 19 stars in the COVID-5 airline safety rating determined by Skytrax, and is one of only six carriers to receive this award. Qatar Airways' success in the Skytrax 5-Star COVID-19 Airline Safety Rating came after Hamad International Airport was named the first airport in the Middle East and Asia to receive the Skytrax 5-Star COVID-19 Airport Safety Rating award. You can visit qatarairways.com/safety for all the details of the measures applied on airplanes and at Hamad International Airport.