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Ravn Alaska Donates Flights for Make-A-Wish Trip to Disney World

Anchorage, AK – Ravn Alaska, formerly Era Alaska, will be helping Joseph T. experience his dream of visiting Disney World with his family. The airline is partnering with Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington to provide free flights for the family of six from their home in a village on the western coast of Alaska to Bethel, where they will catch a connecting flight.

“Ravn Alaska has helped Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington send many wish children and their families on their heartfelt wishes. We are grateful to them for their support and commitment to helping us make wishes come true,” said Hannah Moderow, Regional and Communications Coordinator of Make-A-Wish Alaska and Washington.

This donation is just part of Ravn’s commitment to giving back to Alaska. The airline is proud to support charitable events and organizations in the communities they serve and has donated hundreds of flights to groups across the state. Recipients of donations have included the Alaska Federation of Natives, American Red Cross, American Cancer Society, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska, the World Eskimo-Indian Olympics and many more.

“We love to help our fellow Alaskans make their dreams come true,” said Steve Smith, Director of Sales and Marketing. “Ravn Alaska isn’t just about flying planes—it’s about connecting people, and it’s a privilege to help these worthy causes.”

Ravn Alaska is the largest regional air group in the state, offering daily passenger and cargo services to nearly 100 communities statewide. For more information, please visit www.flyravn.com.

 

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