Managing airborne relief during international disasters
What is it about?
When a major rapid-onset disaster occurs, affected countries often request assistance from other countries and organizations. This assistance tends to come in the form of massive airborne relief flooding the affected nation's airports. If they affected country is not prepared to absorb the sharp rise in airborne traffic caused by this assistance, who can they ask to help them manage that logistical problem? That is what this paper examines.
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