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17. Mondial Assistance reports Increase in Australian Traveller Medical Repatriations in 2007
Mondial Assistance reports Increase in Australian Traveller Medical Repatriations in 2007. As one of the leading assistance providers appointed by insurers to manage emergency medical benefits, Mondial Assistance has reported a 57% increase in the number of Australians requiring medical repatriation due to injury and illness while travelling overseas in 2007. This is the second yea
18. Thai Airways Flies More Stranded Thais Home
Thai Airways flew more stranded Thai people home last week with special repatriation flights taking place from Australia, Indonesia and New Zealand.
19. PAL to Operate Special Flight to London on 24 April 2020
Philippine Airlines is scheduled to operate a repatriation flight from Manila to London, England, on Friday. The special flight, PR 720, is timed to depart NAIA Terminal 1 at 10:30 on Friday, 24 April 2020, and arrive at London Heathrow at 16:30.
20. Air Canada to Operate More Repatriation Flights
Air Canada, in collaboration with the Government of Canada, will operate its first special flights from Bogota and Buenos Aires. Additional flights from Algiers and Lima are also planned to depart in the coming days.
21. IATA Urges Venezuela to Release US$3.9 Billion in Airline Funds
IATA has called on the Venezuelan government to urgently honor its commitment made in March to permit the repatriation of $3.9 billion of airline funds at fair exchange rates. The funds are from sales of airline tickets in Venezuela and are being held in contravention of international treaties. IATA cautioned that that failure to release the airline monies puts at risk a major cont
22. Thai Airways Operates Second Repatriation Flight from London Heathrow
Thai Airways International, in cooperation with the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Royal Thai Embassy in London, has repatriated more stranded Thai nationals from the UK and Ireland.
23. Airlines to Offer Rescue Fares
IATA has unveiled details of a new arrangement to help passengers impacted by airline bankruptcy. The voluntary agreement on behalf of its members flying to, from and within Europe, is designed to cover the repatriation of passengers unable to return home due to an airline ceasing operations as a result of financial failure.
24. Royal Med signs New Contract with Abu Dhabi Health Authority
Royal Med signs New Contract with Abu Dhabi Health Authority. Royal Med, the international aero medical evacuation and repatriation services subsidiary of Royal Jet, has once more contracted with the Abu Dhabi Health Authority to supply medevac services, after pitching in a tender process open to other private charter air services companies. The news comes at a time when Royal Med

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