The low-cost airline Norwegian has “extended its partnership“ with UNICEF by introducing a new function enabling passengers to donate funds when purchasing their flights online.
Through technology from the IT company Amadeus, customers have the option to donate £3, £5, £10 or £15 when they book their tickets.
Within the first six weeks, passengers have already donated over £40,000 to UNICEF’s work for children worldwide.
Bjørn Kjos, Norwegian CEO, said: “I would like to thank all of our wonderful passengers for their generosity so far this summer. More than £40,000 donated in just 6 weeks shows that if passengers contribute even a small amount, it can make a huge difference in helping give children all over the world a better future.”
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