Our long-term partnership with American Airlines has helped Teenage Cancer Trust raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for young people with cancer by their in-kind sponsorship of the charity’s annual concert series at the Royal Albert Hall.
Since 2009 American Airlines has donated free transatlantic flights for Teenage Cancer Trust’s past artists and crew so that they can perform in front of thousands at the Royal Albert Hall and raise funds for the charity. They have previously flown over Dave Grohl and Roger Daltrey’s band and in 2013 will once again be partnering the charity on its 13th year of concerts. Their support is not limited to this event however. American Airlines has also flown over famous, motivational speakers from the US to share their expertise at our Find Your Sense of Tumour Conference in front of over 400 young people affected with cancer.
We are hugely proud of our association with American Airlines and are indebted to them for continuing their support to Teenage Cancer Trust.
American Airlines is sponsoring the Royal Albert Hall shows in 2011.
American Airlines generously donated a number of transatlantic flights for Teenage Cancer Trust to transport Them Crooked Vultures from the US to the charity’s Royal Albert Hall sell out concert on the 22 March 2010. American Airlines also supported the charity by flying specialist spokespeople in teenage cancer medicine to Teenage Cancer Trust’s ‘Find Your Sense of Tumour Conference’ on the 20 March.
With the support of American Airlines the charity has made a saving of around £115,000.