Korean Air delivers water, food to the Philippines

Korean Air will provide relief goods worth more than 106 million won (US$99,901) to those affected by Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

Goods being delivered to the country include 60,000 liters of mineral water, 60,000 noodle cups, 24,000 cups of dried rice and 2,000 blankets.

The first relief goods from Korean Air were delivered Tuesday to Cebu via the KE631 flight from Seoul/Incheon. The airline will continue to deliver goods to social welfare organizations in the Philippines for the following seven days.

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  1. Barbaranna Reed says:

    Wow! A very big thanks to Korea for the helping hands. So much appreciated.

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