Alaska Airlines to donate to Nature Conservancy of Hawaii

08/19/2013 | Travel Weekly

Alaska Airlines will donate $1 to restore a coral reef ecosystem on Oahu each time the carrier's mobile app is downloaded in August in partnership with the Nature Conservancy of Hawaii. Brad Tilden, president and CEO of Alaska Airlines, said in a statement: "Our commitment to Hawaii goes far beyond flying airplanes to and from the West Coast. We understand the contribution Hawaii"s environment makes to its economy and quality of life. That's why we are proud to partner with the Nature Conservancy. Their work to restore Kaneohe Bay and protect the state's environment benefits future generations of residents and visitors alike."

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