A VIP charter aircraft based at Birmingham Airport has been flying the skies of Europe sporting a pink nose in support of Breakthrough Breast Cancer.
Cello Aviation is backing the charity as part of the company’s second anniversary celebrations.
As well as making a donation the airline will be organising a collection on board the BAE 146 and at its offices during the charity’s awareness and fund raising week in October.
Vince Essex, commercial manager at Cello Aviation, said: “Breast cancer is the biggest killer of women and we wanted to do our bit to raise awareness of the vital work that is done to tackle the disease.”
Cello Aviation started flying in July 2010 and since then has flown clients including the Queen, club and international football teams, musicians and corporate businesses.