We're all very excited for this weekend's Aerobility Aurora trip, which is the first charity fundraising venture of it's kind. The lucky guests will be treated to expert advice and tips on viewing the Northern Lights from the BBC Sky at Night team, including celebrity, comedian and astronomy enthusiast Jon Culshaw. The experts will be giving an afternoon of specialist lectures before accompanying the guests on the flight to 61 North to hopefully catch an unforgettable glimpse of Aurora Borealis.
|The Northern Lights as viewed by Aerobility Ambassador Guy Westgate|
The Aerobility Aurora flight is not just an amazing experience, it's also raising funds to help us give more people with disabilities the opportunity to take part in aviation. It's also a bit of a team effort - our very own Chair of Trustees, Shona, will be very much in charge of the BA Airbus as she flies it northward!
If you missed out on coming along this year, let us know! We'll let you know how we get on, and hopefully have some great Aurora photos of our own to blog for you soon.....
|Team Aurora - Event Organisers Mike and Shona getting the details all sorted out with Jon Culshaw|