The Air League / British Airways Simulator Evening

We are pleased to be able to offer six places for Aerobility scholars at an upcoming simulator evening hosted by The Air League and British Airways Flight Training. There are two 3.5 hour sessions, during which time you will be given a full tour of the Cabin Safety Training Unit, meet the British Airways pilots, have a full pre-flight briefing and then take control of a full motion Boeing 747-400 flight simulator.

These spaces are available for current Aerobility flyers, any prospective flyers with Aerobility and young people new to Aerobility; however, you must be under thirty years old and have a disability to qualify. Unfortunately, the simulators are not currently accessible for wheelchair users although work is continuing to alter this situation.

The event is being held on Tuesday 11th March, at Cranebank (Heathrow). There are two sessions, one beginning at 15.45 and the second beginning at 17.45.

To register your interest, please email with a short paragraph outlining why you would be interested in attending. Places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis so do get in touch as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. The deadline for expressions of interest is Monday 24th February.

Further safety restrictions are imposed by the British Airways Flight Training Centre, and full details are available on request.

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