Thailand's Ministry of Transport (MoT), through
Thai Airways and Thai Smile, has announced that they will deliver
food and consumer products for flood victims in the North East of
the Kingdom. Donations will be transported on Thai Smile flights
to the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation, under the
Ministry of Interior, for further distribution.
Mrs. Charita Leelayudh, Thai Smile's Chief
Executive Officer, said that the airline has volunteered to
deliver food and consumer products free of charge for flood
victims from Suvarnabhumi International Airport o Khon Kaen, Ubon Ratchathani,
and Udon Thani, until the situation is resolved.
Donations of food and consumer products for
flood victims, such as dried food and medicine, will be collected
by Thai and Thai Smile at the Thai Domestic Cargo Building, Suvarnabhumi International Airport.
No fresh food or dangerous
goods will be accepted.
For convenient delivery, all donations
must be packed in boxes of the dimension 50x50x50 centimeter and
not over 30 kilograms.
For more information, please call tel.
02-137-4521-3, daily from 8.00-17.00 hours.
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