I want to FLY
Using our fleet of aircraft, as well as our fixed-base simulator and briefing facilities, we are able to offer the following services and activities. Everything we do is driven by the demand and need of people with disabilities, and as such all of our services are flexible and open to change.
For more information on any of the activities,
please contact: 0303 303 1230 firstname.lastname@example.org
A once in a lifetime experience or the beginning of your journey into aviation – trial flights are an ideal way to introduce yourself to the world of flying.
For those that want to pursue the dream of flight, our CAA approved flight instructors can take you through to a Private Pilot’s Licence and beyond.
We make our aircraft available for private hire to disabled pilots who hold the necessary qualifications.
To ensure that you meet the necessary qualifications, or just for those with an interest, we run regular Groundschool lessons and provide examination facilities.
We bring Aerobility to you with flying days for disability groups and communities around the UK. Our fleet of aircraft can operate on temporary detachment, and fly into many airfields across the country.
Although you might not think it, staying on the ground can be just as much fun as taking to the air. Our flight simulator can be used for training exercises, introductory sessions before taking to the real aircraft, or as a fun experience.
Mobile Simulator Sessions
Our mobile simulator is a great tool that makes aviation all the more accessible. We can bring it to your community group, school or event and give everyone the chance to have a go at flying without leaving the ground.
Aviation Experience Sessions
For individuals or groups of people with learning disabilities, the combination of instructed simulator flights, model making and tours of the aircraft provide a great activity that is both challenging and unique. We can fit the session around each individual’s specific needs to ensure that everyone gets the maximum benefit from their time with us.
The Aviation Club aims to use aviation as a tool to give young people with disabilities a range of transferable skills and strengths to take into further education and employment. The programme of events runs throughout the year, as advertised on our events page.
Junior Aspiring Pilot Programme
This programme has been launched this year and follows the same structure as the Aspiring Pilot Programme but is aimed primarily at young people with learning disabilities and/or physical impairments aged between 12 and 25 years. It too aims to provide these young people with transferable skills that they can take in to education and employment.
These 2 hour sessions include a guest speaker, refreshments and a Q&A session at Aerobility, Blackbushe. Hosted on a Saturday afternoon or weekday evening.
We can provide support and advice for those wishing to learn to fly, whatever the challenge we'll try to help.
For more information on any of the activities above, please contact: 0 303 303 1230 or email@example.com