Edinburgh Airport is offering schools from Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife the opportunity to raise funds for their school project. The airport is inviting applications from local schools to sing Christmas carols to collect donations from passengers during first two weeks in December (4-8 December and 11-15 December).
UK aviation is one of the most vibrant in Europe and is successful on the global stage. The standards of safety at our airports and across our industry are amongst the best in the world for a reason. We are delighted to be supporting the AOA UK Airports Safety Week, a national event with a deliberate and determined focus on aviation safety
Edinburgh Airport Community Board has allocated funds to; help train vulnerable young people in West Lothian, enable people with disabilities to take part in climbing, the renovation of a pavilion for local kids in Midlothian and support for an organisation which empowers the lives of adults who have survived an acquired brain injury.
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A team of ‘Hairy Hikers’ from Edinburgh Airport have been baking cakes, climbing mountains, cycling, doing the 5k Pretty Muddy and coughing up cash every time they curse to raise cash for Marie Curie, the terminal illness charity.
A cheque for £8464 was handed over at Edinburgh Airport and the cash will go towards paying for Christmas Day at Marie Curie Hospice, Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Airport has today announced the appointment of a full time Noise Advisor and outlined plans for the creation of an independent Noise Management Board that will deliver closer working relations with the airport’s neighbouring communities.
June McClung, an associate member of the Institute of Acoustics and formerly Environmental Health Technical Officer at Falkirk Council was recruited…
Edinburgh Airport is offering schools from across Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife the opportunity to sing carols in the terminal this Christmas. If your school has a project that they are raising funds for, or a charity you are supporting, we’re inviting you to come and sing some carols and collect donations at the same time from passengers during December. As an added bonus, Edinburgh Airport will match fund your total collection up to £250.
The Saltire Foundation Interns at Edinburgh Airport – along with staff from across different departments at the airport - have been cycling the distance to Amsterdam today.
Set up on spin bikes in the Plaza the cyclists have also been visited by guide dogs and their handlers, and have been collecting funds for Edinburgh Airport’s corporate charity of the year - Guide Dogs Scotland.
If you are interested in becoming our 2016 charity partner please complete this form and send it back to us at [email protected] before 31 October 2015. All nominations received will go to a staff vote, and we will announce our 2016 charity partner in December.