PAF aircraft brings medical equipment to Balochistan

Published April 18, 2020
A PAF C-130 aircraft carrying medical equipment for Balochistan lands at Samungli, Quetta.
A PAF C-130 aircraft carrying medical equipment for Balochistan lands at Samungli, Quetta.

QUETTA: A Pakistan Air Force (PAF) C-130 aircraft carrying medical equipment and relief goods for the people of Balochistan landed at PAF’s Samungli base on Friday.

The No6 Squadron C-130 took off from PAF Base Nur Khan early in the morning for the relief mission. The aircraft brought approximately 11,000 pounds of medical equipment, including N95 masks, protective gear, glo­v­es, face masks, testing kits and medicines.

According to a press release, the PAF was taking part in the relief operations in the fight against Covid-19 and its air transport fleet was playing a pivotal role in airlift of medical equipment to every nook and corner of the country.

Published in Dawn, April 18th, 2020

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