Vimana Private Jets Aims to Deliver 1,000 Tonnes of Medical Equipment for COVID-19 Effort

Vimana Private Jets has announced it is supporting efforts to fight COVID-19 with a goal to deliver 1,000 tonnes of medical equipment on a fleet of luxury aircraft, the company said.

Since the start of the pandemic, the company has already delivered over 300 tonnes of medical resources (including face masks, PPE and medicines) to countries where hospitals lack the critical means to treat COVID-19 patients.

Vimana Private Jets typical clients include celebrities, governments, UHNWs, heads of state and corporations, but COVID-19 is not the first emergency it has responded to. Over the years, the company has dispatched aircraft to natural disaster and war zones to transport medical and security staff to help with effort on the ground.

International Air Transport Association (IATA) estimates that global air cargo is oversubscribed by 30%. Although shipments of many manufactured and high-tech goods have dried up as the global economy stalls, carriers are experiencing hyper-demand to move medical supplies, protective equipment, foodstuffs and e-commerce shipments as people sheltering at home use only delivery services.

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