Conditions on humanitarian locations are often volatile. In Iraq, for example, war rules the nation. Nevertheless, in less prominent places, everything changes after occurrence of natural calamities such as an earthquake or tsunami.Cancellations are sometimes unavoidableThe Pacific coast of Ecuador was hit by a quake that claimed more than 650 lives in April 2016. Immediately after that, authorities struggled to keep relief kits out of the reach of criminal gangs; posing a real threat for humanitarians. The armed forces had to take control of aid distribution. These unstable situations sometimes do escalate, creating the obligation to change your travel plan, or even cancel a flight in its entirety.