Emirates show their support of United for Wildlife, a global collaboration that unites the efforts of the world’s wildlife charities in the fight against the illegal wildlife trade, by featuring at risk species on the side of their jets.
The images featured on the side of the jets aim to raise awareness of the illegal wildlife trade that is happening right now and the importance of urgent action.
The two jets will be in operation this week, the first flight from London and second from Mauritius. The first flight will display six endangered species, and the second will feature a decal with rhinos and elephants.
The airline will commit further to the cause by running regular feature stories about wildlife protection in its inflight magazine, show podcasts, interviewers and programs that will educate their passengers about the problem.