Tag: Aerobility

Aerobility ‘delivers the dream’ at Farnborough International Airshow 2024

Aerobility, a UK based aviation charity offering disabled people, the opportunity to fly and participate in aviation-based activities, will be exhibiting at the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) during July 22-26, 2024 (Stand E040) as it celebrates the flying debut of its latest fleet addition...

First disability flying lessons to be launched at Kent airport

The UK’s disabled flying charity Aerobility has partnered with Lydd Aero Club in Kent to provide opportunities for lessons and experience flights for people living with disabilities. Aerobility, which has its headquarters at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire, and which also operates a satellite o...

Aerobility launches ‘Flying Stars’ campaign to showcase the triumphs of disabled flyers

Inspirational videos celebrating the remarkable stories of disabled people whose lives have been changed for the better after discovering the magic and wonder of flight through charity Aerobility are at the centre of a new on-line campaign. The "Flying Stars" video series will shine a spotlight o...

Flight-safety leader Aerobytes backs British flying charity Aerobility

Surrey-based flight safety company Aerobytes has agreed a substantial financial sponsorship package for Aerobility, a British flying charity for disabled flyers. The financial support from Aerobytes will enable Aerobility to underwrite its core operational costs and spend more of its money on ope...

Aerobility appoints Steve Todd as Marketing and Sales Advisor for Project Able programme

Aerobility, the UK’s leading aviation charity offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly, has boosted its award-winning Project Able programme with the appointment of aviation marketing expert, Steve Todd. Steve will lead marketing and sales for Project Able, the charity...

Aerobility highlights green credentials of newly enhanced Grob G109B Able

Project Able, from Aerobility, is proud to be exhibiting at Farnborough Air Show this week, Zone E, Stand 017 (18 to 22 July) showing its newly enhanced Grob G109B Able on the flight line, just 14 months on from the formal launch of the programme. Aerobility, the UK’s leading aviation charity o...

Aerobility markets new aircraft type Grob G109B Able at AERO 2022

Aerobility, the UK’s leading aviation charity offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly, will be exhibiting at AERO 2022 in Friedrichshafen during April 27 to 30, 2022 (Stand A5-129) as it celebrates the first public display in Europe of its new aircraft type, the Grob G1...

Aerobility debuts ‘Project Able’ at Private Flyer Show

Aerobility, the UK’s leading aviation charity offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly, is celebrating the arrival of its new aircraft type, the Grob G109B Able. Its first public appearance, at the Private Flyer GA show, this Friday 6th August at Leeds East Airport ...

Armchair Airshow raises funds for disabled people securing eight flying scholarships

The Armchair Airshow, with presenters George 'Smokey' Bacon, Mike Ling, Jon Windover and Aerobility's own Liz McConaghy broadcasting live from London Biggin Hill, staged with a backdrop of historic and iconic aircraft, has raised life changing ...

Armchair Airshow 2021 leading the way into the returning season

On Saturday, 29th May at 14:00, Aerobility and London Biggin Hill Airport will open the returning airshow season by bringing the thrill of live aviation direct to your living-room. With an exclusive and free-to-view livestream on ArmchairAirshow.com, the show will raise funds in support of disab...

The aviation industry comes together once-again in support of disabled flying

Aerobility, the disabled flying charity, joins forces with London Biggin Hill Airport, to take the Armchair Airshow to new heights. The 2021 edition of this airshow calendar-event, is set to be live streamed Saturday 29th May. Names familiar to the show such as legendary George ‘Smokey’ B...

Urban Air Mobility ‘must incorporate the needs of disabled citizens’

Regulators, local authorities and industry groups will need to incorporate the views and priorities of disabled groups in their early planning phase if the promise - and full market value - of advanced air mobility (AAM) and urban air mobility (UAM) systems are to be fully realised, according to a ...

Aerobility Launches the Armchair Airshow

Coming soon to your own living room - an airshow with a difference!  Scheduled for June 20th, the Armchair Airshow 2020 promises live pilot interviews, walk-throughs and never before seen air-display and in-cockpit footage.  While final details of this exclusive online broadcast event ...

Join Aerobility’s Spirit of Aviation Challenge

Aerobility has announced its new Spirit of Aviation Challenge to support disabled people who might find self-isolation during the Covid-19 crisis tougher than most of us. Open to anyone, the challenge is to build, launch and film a plane at home before uploading it to Aerobility’s open Facebo...

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