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Korean Air Provides Relief Aid for Tsunami Victims in Indonesia

January 4, 2019 Aviation No Comments Email Email


 Korean Air delivered 2,000 boxes of mineral water for victims of tsunami in the Sunda Strait, Indonesia, through Indonesian Red Cross Society on 26 December. 

Coastal towns on the islands of Sumatra and Java suffered massive property damage and a large number of casualties after volcanic activity in the Sunda Strait set off undersea landslides on 22 December. According to Indonesia’s national disaster management authority (BNPB), the number of victims is continuously on the rise. Korean Air’s relief supplies will be used for victims in the affected region.

“Through the relief aid, we sincerely hope to assist the victims in the Sunda Strait area overcome the tragedy and make a swift recovery,” said representative from Korean Air.

Korean Air has been fulfilling its corporate social responsibility using its network as a global carrier, delivering relief supplies to disaster-struck sites such as Indonesian earthquakes (2018), Laos dam collapse (2018), Fiji cyclone (2016), Kumamoto earthquakes (2016) and flood in Myanmar (2015).



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