Clients including the British government, international corporations and numerous aid organisations have turned to FlyMeNow to pull their employees out of Egypt in response to escalating violence in the country's major cities.
The Foreign Office released a statement advising against ‘all but essential' travel to Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor and Suez, and recommending that British nationals evacuate these areas, where more than 300 people have been killed and over 4000 injured since the demonstrations began, according to estimates by the United Nations.Air Charters
ranging from private jets to commercial planes have carried thousands of foreign nationals to safety in the UK, the United States, and other safe-havens in Europe and the Middle East.
Medivac Emergency Flights
Rick Beasley, FlyMeNow's Operations Director, said:
"We often find that during times of crisis, organisations and companies call on the capability of FlyMeNow to rescue their staff from places declared a no-go by normal, scheduled airlines.
"Our ability to source suitable aircraft, such as the Boeing 737 and 757 commercial airliners, with crew willing to respond to such demands has always had FlyMeNow on the top of our clients' call list at times like this."
Air Ambulance Charter
With expertise in contracted air ambulance
services to the NHS in the UK, and specialist experience in providing emergency jet charter
to hospitals worldwide, FlyMeNow has developed an unparalleled level of service that clients demand and depend on in times of crisis.
will continue to increase over the coming days as Egypt remains in a state of unrest.