Korean Air Helps Build Hope for the Future in the Bicol Region
(Manila, Philippines) How Nice Is This? Korean Air volunteers (Didimdol) flew to the Bicol Region to perform outreach programs for the locals. They helped out the community from August 12 to 18. Members of the local community received medical assistance, nutritional supplements and free meals. But the focal point for the outreach program is the building of new homes for the locals.
The Bicol Region is part of Southern Luzon and it was devastated in 2014 by typhoon Rammasun thus passionate volunteers from the airline company wanted to help out. They’ve been helping the region since 2015 with 27 volunteer groups involve in assisting at community programs and orphanages. They also provide care of the disabled as well as senior citizens assistance.
This isn’t the only country which Korean Air helps. In fact, they also hold various outreach programs in Thailand and Mongolia. Korean Air continues to do its social duties; in this case the building of homes in the Bicol Region. Through its efforts, Korean Air did great service to the community.
The help extended by Korean Air is timely for the Bicol Region to help the community rise from nature’s catastrophes. The construction of homes for the local community ensures a safe and dry home for the families affected.
Korean Air is included in the top 20 airlines around the world. They carried above 26 million passengers last 2017 alone. The airline company flies to 124 cities in 43 countries with 460 flights a day. Incheon International Airport Terminal 2 (ICN) is the main hub of Korean Air and they boast of 175 modern aircraft and more than 20,000 loyal employees.
Korean Air (Official Website) is also a founding member of SkyTeam; an airline alliance which aims to give the best service to their customers. Korean Air is the airline with a heart with businesses in cargo, passenger, aerospace, catering and in-flight.
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