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Wed, 25 November 2015

Making a Difference: Hahn Air to Donate 10 Cents for Each Ticket Sold in December

Hahn Air has launched Every Ticket Makes a Difference campaign.

The German airline will donate (EUR) 10 cents for every Hahn Air ticket sold to the Hahn Air Foundation.

 Founded in 2012, the Hahn Air Foundation supports organisations that focus on helping women and children find a way out of poverty and to live a free, healthy and independent life. The projects promote education, health facilities, child care services and social institutions amongst others.

Currently, the foundation supports 16 projects, mainly in developing and emerging countries, with a total investment of over 320,000 Euro annually.

 With a minimum support period of 3 years, the Hahn Air Foundation aims to deliver sustainable support.

 Some of the projects include the Epworth Childrens Village in South Africa, Kanta Bopha in Cambodia and Amigos de San Cristobal in Mexico.

100% of all donations are channeled towards the projects while all administrative costs are absorbed by Hahn Air.

With the help of our business partners, we have been placed in a unique position to make a difference to peoples lives in some of the markets we operate in. We view this position as a privilege and a responsibility, therefore, through our Every Ticket Makes a Difference campaign we hope to create a positive impact towards a better future, by supporting and furthering the education and wellbeing of underprivileged women and children, said Nikolaus Gormsen, Hahn Air's General Manager.

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