Our experienced travel professionals around the globe have the skills to expertly address the uncommon needs and special destination requirements humanitarian aid workers might need. They understand the world you work in, and can handle your extremely urgent travel needs.Providing travel care for those who serve a country in painOn Tuesday 12 January 2010, between 100.000 and 160.000 people were killed during the 2010 Haiti earthquake. This natural disaster of enormous proportions caused major damage in Port-au-Prince, Jacmel and other settlements in the region. Notable landmark buildings were either significantly damaged or destroyed, including the Presidential Palace, the National Assembly building, the Port-au-Prince Cathedra, and the airport. Many countries were pledging funds and dispatching rescue and medical teams, and the airport was of vital importance in this.Raptim employee Sabrina Pabois, working at our Paris office, had two rescue teams ready to fly to Haiti. However, the destroyed airport became a massive obstacle. She faced a very complex problem, but still managed to get the rescue teams to Haiti. This was possible because she let them travel via the French Antilles.