Fueling Royal Flying Doctor Service Aircraft
To assist in its partnership with Australia's Royal Flying Doctor Service, Air BP has donated 35,000 N95 masks, for use by the aeromedical provider's frontline staff.

Air BP Offers Support During COVID-19 Crisis

As the aviation industry deals with the COVID-19 crisis, some companies such as Air BP are helping the customers and communities that they deal with around the globe. In the U.S., the fuel provider donated three million gallons of jet-A to customers FedEx and Alaska Airlines to assist in the delivery of medical supplies and other essential goods to areas at the greatest risk for the virus.

To support Australia’s Royal Flying Doctor Service, the company donated 35,000 N95 masks for use by its frontline staff, and in France it has donated nearly 16,000 gallons of fuel for flights that will transport medical staff and equipment between hospitals when requested by authorities. In its U.K. home, Air BP is providing free jet fuel for numerous air ambulance services customers.

In addition, the company previously made a $2 million donation to the World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.