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AIRLINK Raises $9,000 during the 2014 CAPA Summit

AIRLINK Raises $9,000 during the 2014 CAPA Summit

DUBLIN — Through the generous support of CAPA – Centre for Aviation and a of host aviation organizations in attendance at the 2014 CAPA Airlines in Transition Summit, AIRLINK raised nearly $9,000 to help support disaster response and humanitarian operations during our live and silent auctions.

In the spirit of giving, a welcomed pledge was made by AirAsia for 10 hours of flight time on an A320 to support future humanitarian requirements in Southeast Asia and included transportation for both personnel and cargo.

AIRLINK would like to thank those organizations that contributed the prizes for the auctions held during the 2014 CAPA Airlines in Transition Summit on April 10-11. Specifically, AIRLINK would like to recognize the following entities for their generosity:

AirAsia, Aer Lingus, the Dublin Airport Authority, Etihad Airways, Etihad Regional, Finnair, Powerscourt Hotel, JetBlue Airways, Skyscanner, andVueling Airlines.

Through their commitment to AIRLINK, we will continue to assist our airline and NGO partners as they support humanitarian initiatives around the globe

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