London Stansted has made its own particular tribute to the heroes of the NHS with a big ‘thank you’ concept on its airfield.
A ten-by-7 metre symbol now adorns 1 of the airport’s key taxiways adjacent to the runway and was the brainchild of Ross Barker from the airfield functions crew.
The accolade was made in five hours by the airport’s specialist airfield painting crew on Thursday in progress of the hottest ‘clap for carers’ tribute.
London Stansted chief functions officer, Steve Griffiths, explained: “The entire state has appear jointly to recognise the wonderful endeavours remaining designed by our courageous and outstanding NHS and health care employees in the tirelessly fight versus Covid-19.
“As part of that tribute, colleagues doing the job at the airport be a part of the weekly ‘clap for carers’ applause, but Ross questioned if we could go a little bit further and produce a particular thank you concept on the airfield.
“It’s a outstanding concept and a quite fitting way for the airport to say an even even larger thank you to all those people NHS employees doing the job so hard to secure us all at this time of immense difficulty and problem for them individually.”