Emirates has collaborated with Boeing Co. and the Organization "warned Joy Foundation Another Joy Foundation" American non-profit to transport a shipment of blankets and sleeping bags for the displaced in Iraq , and that the first flight of a Boeing 777-300ER received by the Emirates recently. The Iraqi Airways , in coordination with the Iraqi Ministry of Transport, the transfer of the shipment from Dubai to Iraq, where he will this aid distribution to the needy, to face the winter cold. This is the sixth time since 2009 that the airline is cooperating with Boeing for the transfer of humanitarian aid shipments to the needy in many countries, where previously quoted assistance to all of Pakistan , Bangladesh and Somalia. Said Sir Tim Clark, President Emirates Airline: "contribute to this wonderful humanitarian initiatives to extend a helping hand to those in need around the world in promoting our excellent relations with Boeing. We are pleased to work with Boeing program for trips delivery of humanitarian aid and the Organization of Joy warned Vandishn, to use our aircraft Boeing 777-300ER in first flight from Seattle to Dubai for the transfer of humanitarian aid shipments to various regions of the world. "
For her part, Elizabeth and Luhrmann, director of corporate social responsibility program at Boeing, said: "There is an urgent need for supplies of winter, such as blankets and sleeping bags in Iraq, especially with the displacement of hundreds of thousands from their places of residence. We hope through our cooperation with our airline customers and non-profit organizations that offer some help and hope to the needy in various regions of the world. "
Boeing previously collaborated with the Organization, "warned Joy Foundation", as quoted shipment of children's games in March, and a shipment of blankets in November (November) the past to Iraq.
The aim of the organization "Joy Foundation warned Another Joy Foundation", based in Las Vegas, to spread joy and hope to disadvantaged children around the world by donating toys, clothes, shoes and school supplies.
Since the launch of Boeing's delivery of humanitarian aid flights Program Boeing's Humanitarian Delivary Flight in 1992, the company employed 163 flights in cooperation with 50 international airlines to transport humanitarian aid.
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