Neil Dursley, Chapman Freeborn Airchartering: "Chapman Freeborn has almost five decades of experience in dealing with natural disasters, war and terrorist-related incidences."

Steve Smith, Airlink: "Planning takes resources - money, staff and time - and those are often in short supply for organisations that work on shoestring budgets in the humanitarian aid space."
Ben Dinsdale, Air Charter Service (ACS): "We have put systems in place to ensure that when a humanitarian disaster strikes, we are using our global/local reach to pull together as much information together to create a picture of what is going on at the epicentre as well as the suitable capacity to move supplies there."
Pierre Van Der Stichele, Air Partner Group: "When operating to a remote airport with bare facilities, technology is often written off, and we rely on the expertise of brokers to make things happen."