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Aircrew around the world are crowdfunding to help the families of FZ981
We all know that disregarding the uniform we wear, we are all one family in the sky. And it is specially in the most difficult moments like this, the lost of our FZ981 colleagues, that we as a crew community need to stand together.
A crowdfunding campaign has been set in placed by Flydubai Capt. Sacha Khamnei to offer the possibility to come together and “help the families of the crew of FlyDubai flight FZ981 who tragically lost their lives”, Capt Khamnei mentioned describing the goal of the campaign.
“We are all family here: expats united in diversity, and we want to provide all the support possible to the families of the lost crew in this tragic and difficult time”, Capt. Khamnei said.
With your help, a so needed initial support can be provided to the families. Many of them had lost their main breadwinner and need to carry their day to day lives and expenses until final compensation comes through.
The campaign had already gather above £36,000 in less than 48 hours after the accident. The goal is to reach a very possible £100,000 to be distributed among the families. The initiative got loca media attention and was covered by local newspaper Gulf News.
Join the crew community efforts by visiting their Crowdfunding website and sharing whatever you can to this campaign.