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AidCom AS

For general inquiries: info@aidcom.net


Norway

AidCom
Beddingen 14
7014 Trondheim

Tel: +442033222035

Company no. 989953966

Malaysia

AidCom
UOA Bangsar
Tower A, level 23-13
No. 5 Jalan Bangsar Utama 1
59000 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: +442033222035

Company no. 920540-x

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Alerts and live updates from your destination

AidCom Alerts will help you handle unforeseen situations on the road, be it a closed airport or an unstable political situation.

Subscribers will get notifications on the go, and thus be able to take quick action – or focus on business as usual.

The alerts contain information on events that can compromise travellers’ security, or affect travel plans.

You can download AidCom Alerts app here for free here.

You can download AidCom Alerts app for free in App Store.

If you are interested in more information about this or our other services, send us a email and we'll assist you.

    News Categories

  • Natural disasters and extreme weather
  • Terrorism and
    acts of war
  • Health related information, such as outbreaks, epidemics and contamination
  • Political unrest
  • Major traffic disruptions
  • Other relevant events that may affect travellers’ security

News Sources

AidCom sources information from more than 600 news media, and governmental Agencies such as NOAA Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.

AidCom aims to alert travellers within five minutes of a safety/security related event first being published in a credible news source.
Traveller to Cairo
During the early 2011 riots
"We didn’t want to spend our holiday stuck in the hotel room watching CNN, that’s why it was so useful to get these alerts."
Business traveller on assignment
in East-Africa 2007/08
"When operating in unstable areas, common sense can get you a long way. Stay vigilant, and stay updated. I spend so much time on the road, that I’m not able to watch the news daily, that’s why I’m connected to the AidCom Alerts service."