FedEx Donates Aid Supply Flight to Tabasco Flood Victims
To support the residents displaced by recent flooding in Tabasco, the Mexican Red Cross and Fundación Azteca sent 60 tons and eight tons of aid respectively, which will be donated directly in Villahermosa, Tabasco, to the state’s Red Cross and Episcopal Committee for the Social Concerns Ministries (CEPS, by its Spanish acronym) – Cáritas Tabasco for distribution among the flood victims.
The aid was transported free of charge by FedEx Express using a MD10-30 from its Express fleet. The flight left
FedEx Express considers it a privilege to participate in these types of disaster relief missions. The company has a long-standing track record of supporting the communities where it operates and regularly leverages its operational and financial abilities to improve the quality of life of people impacted by natural disasters.
In recent years, FedEx has donated transportation services as well as its pilots’ and employees’ time for relief activities to support victims of hurricanes in
The FedEx commitment to social betterment includes its collaboration with the Orbis ‘flying hospital,’ offering its pilots and maintenance personnel to fly specially equipped aircraft fitted with eye surgery equipment. The program has helped thousands of people in
FedEx Express Latin America & Caribbean Division services more than 50 countries and territories throughout Latin America and the
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