Fly on Norwegian’s inaugural UNICEF Boeing 787 flight!
MegaDo and Norwegian have teamed up to offer you the opportunity to travel on board Norwegian’s inaugural Boeing 787 UNICEF humanitarian flight.
This year, Norwegian is celebrating its 10th anniversary of partnering with UNICEF. The airline has one Boeing 737 in Europe with a UNICEF livery that has carried out three humanitarian aid flights in the last few years (to the Central African Republic, Jordan for the largest Syrian refugee camp, and earlier this year to Mali). Next month, Norwegian will take delivery of its first Dreamliner with a UNICEF livery. The airline will celebrate the event by carrying the next humanitarian aid flight on a Boeing 787 aircraft.
The destination is Djibouti, where UNICEF has several refugee camps, including one of the largest in the world for Yemeni refugees. It is also the closest safe point to transport aid to Yemen, with 44 tons of humanitarian aid cargo set to be shipped from Djibouti across the Gulf of Aden to Yemen.
As with all previous UNICEF humanitarian flights, Norwegian’s Founder and CEO Bjørn Kjos will join the flight, help offload the life-saving cargo, and visit the refugee camp. Whilst the brand-new aircraft will come from Boeing’s Seattle factory, the journey will start in Copenhagen, where we will visit UNICEF’s supply division that holds the cargo we will load onto the aircraft and bring to Djibouti. Upon arrival, we will help offload the supply.
All proceeds will be donated to Norwegian’s partner UNICEF.
The auction has concluded. Thanks for your generosity!
Winners now have the opportunity to bid on a chance to sit in the cockpit during the flights to and from Djibouti airport: taking off from Copenhagen, landing in Djibouti, taking off from Djibouti, and landing in Oslo.
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