Zest Air offers to airlift relief goods for free
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MANILA, Philippines – To help flood victims in the National Capital Region and its nearby provinces, Zest Air is accepting free airlift of relief goods to Metro Manila. Interested charitable organization, non-profit, socio-civic or religious groups may avail of this service by sending an e-mail to Zest Air head of cargo team Ernest Bernal firstname.lastname@example.org.
Relief goods should be packed in boxes with a list of items, their estimate value, size and weight in kilos including the complete contact details of their counterpart NGO or consignee.
Zest Air provincial cargo stations in Cebu, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Kalibo, Iloilo, Bacolod, Tagbilaran, Puerto Princesa and Tacloban will start accepting relief goods and donations for free airlift to Metro Manila starting this Wednesday.
For more information, please call +632.8511801 or proceed to Zest Air’s cargo office in Domestic Road, Andrews Road, Pasay City. For provincial cargo relief operations, please call Cargo Operations General Manager Ritchel Jungco at +632.917.7198808 and +632.922.8102342.
Zest Air resumed some of its international flights Tuesday and domestic destinations Wednesday after Philippine regulatory authority lifted its suspension order.
The airline will immediately resume services to and from Manila to China, South Korea, Malaysia and to domestic destinations of Kalibo (Boracay), Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Bacolod, Tagbilaran, Tacloban, Cagayan de Oro and Puerto Princesa (Palawan), as soon as the inspection of all its 11 aircraft has been completed. The inspection is expected to be completed in a day barring any weather issues.
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