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Philippines:The Logistics Of The Haiyan Response (5)


The Cebu airport is also serving as a base for the WFP-managed United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS). There is currently three UNHAS aircraft (one fixed-wing and two helicopters) dedicated to transporting aid workers to where they need to go to help people in need.

From the day that UNHAS began operating on 17 November until 30 November, UNHAS has transported 600 humanitarian passengers, 3.1 MT of light humanitarian cargo in 125 flights to 14 locations.