Reborn Aviation Founder Edmund Hewertson handing over the aircraft to Aerobility CEO Mike Miller-Smith, Chairman Shona Bowman and CFI Mike OwenRead More
Aerobility has been lucky enough to be chosen by the fantastic Gatwick Foundation to receive a number of grants enabling anybody with a disability to take a trial flight with us.Read More
The British Aerobatics first prize draw took place at Blackbushe Airport last Wednesday 14th March 2018. As part of its new fundraising initiative, British Aerobatics also presented a giant cheque for £1000 as a donation to the registered charity Aerobility who were hosting the event.Read More
Stuart joins the Aerobilityteam in March 2018. His primary role will be management of the ‘Build a Plane’ project. He will be responsible for all aspects of the project delivery, ranging from personnel and time management (ensuring that the project maintains maximum momentum by ensuring a continuous number of volunteers are actively engaged in the project), through to budget management and close liaison with the LAA and CAA inspectorate.Read More
Firstly let me introduce myself, as I may not have had the pleasure of meeting you all yet. My name is Stuart and I have recently joined the Aerobility team with a view to helping manage Aerobility's 'One Rivet At A Time' project from start through to completion. This is a project which I expect to throw up many challenges, but be equally rewarding for us all and it's something I am thoroughly looking forward to too.
Our front desk volunteer Wayne Riding paid a visit to Amsterdam last week. More than just a sightseeing trip he delivered an Aerobility hand control ultimately destined for Paralympian snowboarder Chris Vos.Read More
February is here, at last, and so our thoughts turn to spring and better flying weather. Did you know that we have a number of ways in which we can help you realise your dream of flying?Read More