EasyJet’s “charity” flight: magnificent northern lights within reach

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easyJet has announced a new partnership with charity Aerobility to offer a special flight that will experience the magic of the Northern Lights at over 9,000 meters above sea level.

Proceeds raised from the Aurora Flight will go to the charity, whose mission is to enable people with disabilities to fly an aircraft. The flight departing London Gatwick on February 18, 2023 includes a meal at the Gatwick Sofitel Hotel, various pre-departure presentations and an audio guide for passengers on board.

The flight will be the first Northern Lights experience the airline and agency have been able to operate since the pandemic began. Before the latter, and for the previous eight years, the partnership between the company and the institution has allowed hundreds of passengers to admire evocative views of the Aurora Borealis sky.

Tickets are available on the Aurora Flight 2023 — Aerobility website for around 400 euros per person, with reduced fares for passengers with disabilities, companions and children.

Excellent idea. but it still makes the day expensive. It must be extraordinary.

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