Edelweiss christens HB-JLT “Madrisa”

Airbus A320 (Photo: Edelweiss/Christian Danker|dancker.ch).
Airbus A320 (Photo: Edelweiss/Christian Danker|dancker.ch).

Edelweiss christens HB-JLT “Madrisa”

Airbus A320 (Photo: Edelweiss/Christian Danker|dancker.ch).
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The holiday airline Edelweiss has christened the Airbus A320 with the registration HB-JLT to the name "Madrisa". This machine has a special livery in favor of the aid organization "Help Alliance".

True to the motto "Where Edelweiss is at home", Bernd Bauer, CEO of Edelweiss, Andrea Pernkopf, Managing Director of the Help Alliance and Veit de Maddalena, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Klosters-Madrisa Bergbahnen AG, celebrated the HB-JLT on Wednesday afternoon, September 14th baptized in the name of Madrisa. Because Klosters-Madrisa is one of those regions where the queen of alpine flowers is at home. Fundraiser started.

“It is incredibly impressive how much can be achieved with comparatively little money. For CHF 100, for example, a trainer can visit a school in Vietnam to specifically support children with autism in their development. Around 500 children in South Africa can get lunch and drinks for CHF 200. And for CHF 1.000, a playground in a preschool in Sri Lanka can be equipped with new play equipment,” says Andrea Pernkopf. “Every franc goes directly into the projects. Together with competent local partners, we take responsibility for ensuring that the project work has a positive effect on the beneficiaries and contributes to sustainable development".

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