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The first Air Canada and Dreams Take Flight from Montreal since 2019 took off with 150 children to Orlando to experience the trip-of-a-lifetime. (CNW Group/Air Canada)
The first Air Canada and Dreams Take Flight from Montreal since 2019 took off with 150 children to Orlando to experience the trip-of-a-lifetime. With the help of Air Canada employee volunteers, support of the Air Canada Foundation and the work by the Dreams Take Flight organization, eight flights operate annually, providing over 1,000 children each year with an unforgettable day at a theme park in Florida or California.
Accompanied by a crew of current and retired Air Canada employee volunteers, the flight took off in the early hours of the morning taking kids facing mental, physical, emotional or social adversity to a theme park in Florida. By generously donating their time, pilots, flight attendants, maintenance engineers, and numerous other employees on the ground and behind the scenes offer these children the chance to take a break from their everyday to make memories and see new possibilities.
“2023 is special for Dreams Take Flight Montreal. It’s special because we finally return to our business, the business of putting smiles on children’s faces. This year will be our first post-COVID flight, full of start-up challenges. But, due to the dedication of our volunteers, our team has overcome the problems and organized the trip of a lifetime for 150 special needs children. These children, from all over Quebec, will enjoy an unforgettable magical trip, on November 8, in Florida,” said Brian Roscoe, President Dreams Take Flight Montreal.
The last Dreams Take Flight flight for 2023 will depart from Ottawa on November 14.
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