British Airways support for victims of the Pakistan Floods
British Airways has made a donation of £200,000 to support the relief efforts of victims affected by the floods in Pakistan. The money was raised through the airlines “Change For Good Programme” and donated through UNICEF.
Mary Barry, British Airways Community Relations Manager said: “The scale of the destruction in Pakistan is immense and British Airways is proud to be able to help. It is crucial that we continue to work with aid agencies such as UNICEF to relieve the suffering of the people affected by these devastating floods."
Donations can be made to the Pakistan Floods appeal through the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) by visiting www.dec.org.uk.
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British Airways has a worldwide route network that covers more than 140 destinations in more than 70 countries. One of the world's largest international airlines, British Airways carries approximately 36 million passengers around the world every year.
This year, British Airways was voted “Airline of the Year” by frequent travelers from across the world at the Business Traveler Airline Awards.