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This airline comes to support Kerala Flood victims
TruJet, an Indian regional airline, is extending helping hand to support the floodhit Kerala Along with transporting the flood relief material free of cost for three days, the airlines is also to carry the passengers who are stuck in floods free of cost to Chennai and Hyderabad
TruJet, an Indian regional airline, is extending helping hand to support the flood-hit Kerala. Along with transporting the flood relief material free of cost for three days, the airlines is also to carry the passengers who are stuck in floods free of cost to Chennai and Hyderabad.
Many governments, voluntary organizations are working to collect emergency medicine, clothes and food. These relief materials will be transported from Hyderabad and Chennai to Kerala capital Trivendrum free of cost on 21, 22 and 23rd of this month said Mr Vishokman Sing, CEO, Truejet.
During the above mentioned three days, TrueJet flight starts at 5:30 AM to Chennai with the flood relief collected from Telangana government. Later, the aircraft leaves to Trivendrum after loading the relief material provided by Tamil Nadu government.
The flood relief material will be handed over to the Kerala Government officials.
While returning from Trivendrum, the aircraft will carry the passengers who are stuck in floods and need to return on emergency to Chennai and Hyderabad free of cost as per the passenger list provided by Kerala government.
All these 3 days, the 6 tons of flood relief material will be transported to Trivendrum and while returning itll will 65 passengers to Chennai and Hyderabad, said Mr Vishokman Sing.
The TrueJet is closely coordinating with Telangana, Tamil Nadu, and Kerala governments for this effort, he said.