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Envera presents its solidarity calendar with historical airplanes together with Iberia and the Infante de Orleans Foundation.


  • Calendar shows people with intellectual disabilities with FIO's historic airplanes
  • It was presented at Iberia's headquarters in the presence of personalities from the world of politics and business.

Madrid | December 15, 2023

Envera has presented its traditional solidarity calendar that in this edition has had the collaboration of Iberia and the Infante de Orleans Foundation (FIO), since throughout the photographs that illustrate its pages people with intellectual disabilities Envera appear as protagonists with aircraft that are part of the history of Spanish aviation, from the De Haviland DH60 'Moth' (1925), the Texan T6 through which practically all pilots have passed during their training, to the latest Airbus A350, the most modern latest generation aircraft in Iberia's fleet.

Other aircraft that can also be seen on the calendar are:

  • Polikarpov Po-2 (1928)
  • Polikarpov I-16 Fly / Rat (1933)
  • DH 89 Dragon Rapide (1934)
  • Bücker BÜ 131 Jungmannn (1934)
  • Miles Falcon Six M3.C (1935)
  • Beechcraft C-45 Twin Beech (1937)
  • Piper L-4 (1941)
  • Stinson 108 Voyager (1944)
  • De Haviland DHC1 Chipmunk (1946)
  • Beechcraft T-34A Mentor (1948)

The calendar, with photographs taken by the Mingote Award winner Miguel Berrocal, can be purchased at Envera Punto de Inclusión in the Islazul Shopping Center (Madrid), Carrefour Ciudad de la Imagen (Pozuelo de Alarcón) and Carrefour Prat (El Prat de Llobregat) and the Envera branches (in Madrid, Colmenar Viejo, Barcelona, Malaga, Tenerife and Gran Canaria). The proceeds of the solidarity sale will go to the social projects that Envera carries out so that people with disabilities can take their place in the world with dignity, through their social and labor inclusion.

The almanac was presented at Iberia's headquarters on December 15 on the occasion of the presentation of the awarding of the Dis-Friendly Seal to the company, in an event which brought together representatives of the public administration and of the airline and tourism sector, such as the president of Iberia, Fernando Candela; the president of FIO, Carlos Valle; the president of Envera, José Antonio Quintero; the president of the Barajas Municipal Board of the Madrid City Council, Juan Peña; the Chairman of Madrid Foro Empresarial, Hilario Alfaro; the Director of Sustainability of ENAIRE, Estíbaliz Salazar; the Director of Sustainability of El Corte Inglés, Bernardo Cruza; as well as heads of companies such as Ineco, Nautalia, Coca-Cola European Partners, ACAVE, CATAI, AVIS, IAG7 and Fundación SEPLA - Ayuda, among others.