The travel sector united as one on Thursday evening in support of NHS staff and key workers on the frontline amid the coronavirus crisis.
A raft of travel sector companies and industry figures did the same, sharing their experiences on social media.
Jet2.com tweeted a message of thanks from its ground staff and cabin crew.
In Dover, Saga’s Spirit of Discovery shone a “Saga loves [the] NHS” message of support.
Heathrow turned its terminals NHS blue for the occasion to thank those “working selflessly through this difficult time”.
Heathrow lights up in honour of our NHS & front-line personnel working selflessly through this difficult time. All of us at Heathrow thank you.— Heathrow Airport (@HeathrowAirport) March 26, 2020
Our terminals will be lit up blue to illuminate your bravery & show our appreciation during this unprecedented period. #clapforNHS pic.twitter.com/r0qfZX27u4
“All of us at Heathrow thank you. Our terminals will be lit up blue to illuminate your bravery and show our appreciation during this unprecedented period,” the airport said.
Prestige Holidays also used blue, posting an NHS heart as its thank you message.
Advantage chief executive Julia Lo Bue-Said said Clap for Carers was “bringing our community together in support of our incredible NHS”.
If Only’s Dom Carrick described the “very heartwarming” moment his “sleepy little street” showed its gratitude.
“We should do this every Thursday and not make it a one off,” he suggested.