Edelweiss Air has unveiled a new “help alliance” livery on ex-Swiss Airbus A320-214 HB-JLT (msn 5518).
The red nose and the red paint on the tail have been replaced with countless red hands. The hands symbolize the helping hands of the Lufthansa Group’s “help alliance“.
help alliance, the charity of the Lufthansa Group, supports people all over the world who lack the most basic necessities of life. The core focus is on school and vocational education as a key for effective poverty alleviation. But help alliance is also committed to other topics, including health, food, work and income.
The airline continues;
Within the scope of our collaboration with help alliance, we are introducing the OnBoardCollection on our flights. Our passengers have the opportunity to donate their left-over foreign coins or make donations in Swiss francs during their flight – in keeping with the motto “small change – big help”. Lean administrative structures, funded by generous donations of the Lufthansa Group, allow for 100% of the donations (after currency conversion) to go straight towards the project work.
Top Copyright Photo: Edelweiss Switzerland (Edelweiss Air) Airbus A320-214 WL HB-JLT (msn 5518) (Help Alliance) ZRH (Andi Hiltl). Image: 958065.
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