Jota Aviation supports NCCA UK
Jota Aviation flies a 10-year-old to receive specialist treatment in Germany.
Jota Aviation, an independently owned UK air charter company, has provided its 20th flight for the Neuroblastoma Children’s Cancer Alliance UK (NCCA UK).
The NCCA UK helps children access potentially life-saving treatment for neuroblastoma, an aggressive form of childhood cancer.
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Marking its 20th mission for NCCA UK, Jota Aviation with the assistance of charter broker Jet Logic, flew 10-year-old Mackenzie Furniss to Stuttgart, Germany for specialist immunotherapy treatment for neuroblastoma.
Jota Aviation has provided flights for NCCA UK since 2012 to help sick children access specialist treatment in the UK and abroad.
Mike Sessions, commercial manager of Jota Aviation, said: “We are very pleased to be supporting our 20th flight for this highly worthwhile charity and we wish Mackenzie and her family well. We hope to continue to provide as many flights as possible to help children like Mackenzie and Vanessa receive the treatment that they desperately need.”
Jota Aviation wanted to do more to help those affected by this illness and have set up a Just Giving page to encourage donations from the wider aviation community.
Sessions added: “Many of us here at Jota have children of our own and our hearts go out to those families faced with fighting this illness. We would like to encourage the wider aviation community to join with us and support this very worthwhile cause by making a donation.”