Boeing, a Chairman’s Council member of AIM, and Nok Air, a low-cost carrier that operates on an all-Boeing fleet, partnered on Wednesday to launch a special humanitarian aid mission to Thailand.
With the of help of international non-profit organization Vital Voices, the airline’s 22nd Next Generation 737-800 will transport and deliver nearly 30 boxes full of relief items including clothes and school supplies. The Children’s Advocacy Center Thailand (ACT), a non-profit organization dedicated to bettering the lives of abused children and youth in Thailand, has representatives that will deliver the aid to impacted children and youth throughout the country.
“We are honored that Nok Air partnered with The Boeing Company to deliver humanitarian aid to the many children in Thailand who are in need,” said Sam Whiting, Director, Global Corporate Citizenship, Boeing Commercial Airplanes. “We look forward to working closely with Nok Air and non-profit organizations like ACT in Thailand to identify future opportunities.”
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