Large Planes bring supplies for Nepal Earthquake Relief
As the 7.8M earthquake shook central Nepal on April 25, 2015, several countries started relief campaigns through different charitable organizations. Bhutan was one of the first to declare $1 Million for immediate relief and first aid, and Japan took the headlines declaring a massive $800 million support.
A small international airport in Kathmandu saw some of the biggest aircrafts it has ever seen on its ground. United States brought doctors, medical supplies and first aid personnel in its C-17 military planes, while India has been sending its IL76 planes, Antonov 20 and several other helicopters.
Israel was one of the first to land in Kathmandu with its El Al Boeing 747-412FA planes.
Here are some shots of the relief and cargo planes that landed in Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu.
Air China Boeing 757 Cargo
Airbus A350-900 from France
IL76 aircraft belonging to Indian Air Force