State Dept. rewards ‘Ebola plane’ company

February 7th, 2015  
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Topic: State Dept. rewards ‘Ebola plane’ company

Phoenix Air, the private aviation firm that’s been rescuing Ebola patients for the U.S. government, is getting a raise: a new, yearlong, $12.5 to $25 million deal from the State Department. A contract states the government has a support gap in its mission to respond to critical threats overseas and needs the carrier’s services while fixes are made.


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