|Vol. 16 No. 69||
Tuesday August 29, 2017
Into The Eye Of The Storm
Hurricane Harvey delivered record rain in Houston,
Texas, making the going there and elsewhere very tough.
“While the airport
is now closed to all but relief flights, United coordinated with the
FAA to operate four widebody flights into IAH Sunday and Monday to
bring in critical consignments, including medical supplies, bottled
water, shelf-stable food, and United amenity kits, and of course the
Cargo Team played a big role in making that happen. We’re working
with local companies and charitable organizations to obtain additional
items we will send throughout the crisis.
“United is providing
up to three million bonus miles to customers who contribute to designated
relief organizations through our CrowdRise page. https://www.crowdrise.com/UAHarveyRelief
has been working to care for customers and team members who were impacted
by the devastating storm that struck Texas this weekend,” reports
AA Cargo President Rick Elieson.
There are several organizations
and coordinated efforts coming to the aid of people affected by the
catastrophic events in Texas.
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