On the initiative of PHARMAR, part of the CERP Bretagne Atlantique group, we chartered an emergency flight to Reunion Island to transport more than 35 tonnes of basic necessities.
The Air Europa Boeing 787-900 departing from Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) landed this morning at Roland Garros airport on Reunion Island (RUN).
At a time when the health crisis is making it particularly difficult – but oh so essential – to supply our territories, we have made it possible to meet the needs of the people of Reunion Island.
Medicines, pharmaceutical products, various protective equipment, products essential to resuming industries and activities, as well as letters and parcels destined for the people of Reunion Island were thus transported this Wednesday.
This 100% private and independent initiative was made possible through the mobilisation and dedication of teams from PHARMAR on Reunion Island, the CERP BRETAGNE ATLANTIQUE Group in St Brieuc, the HESNAULT Group in France and REUNION TRANSIT on Reunion Island.