Air Force conducts continuous airlift for Cagayan’s rehabilitation


The Philippine Air Force (PAF) through its 220th Airlift Wing (220AW) is in full swing on its airlift missions for Cagayan’s rehabilitation.

220AW photo

220AW said that on November 28, PAF C-130 aircraft flew to Davao International Airport and Cagayan De Oro Airport to pick up donated relief supplies from the provinces of Davao and Cagayan De Oro.

“After the pick-up, the aircraft then flew to Tuguegarao Airport to deliver the goods to our countrymen in Cagayan Valley who were affected by typhoon #UlyssesPH,” it added.


It noted that “more than food, your Airlifters brought HOPE to our countrymen, a message that we #SoarAsOne nation, and that we are with them in this trying time,”

“To those who wanted to donate, visit the nearest government agency or registered organizations near you. The PAF C-130 aircraft is from the 220th Airlift Wing of the Air Mobility Command,” 220AW added.