Trenchard Aviation has made an important donation to Aerobility, a British charity offering disabled people the opportunity to participate in a range of aviation activities.
Aerobility is currently building its own aeroplane, from scratch. The Zenair CH750 STOL will be the first aeroplane in the UK to be built and flown by a team of disabled people.
Once it has been completed, it will be used on a daily basis by the charity’s licensed disabled flyers for general aviation practice and may be used to provide therapeutic flying experiences for new and current flyers who cannot use standard controls.
Trenchard Aviation Group has donated sufficient carpet to fully cover the cockpit of the aeroplane.
Mike Miller-Smith, CEO of Aerobility, said, “We’re delighted to have received this donation from Trenchard Aviation Group. It is only with this kind of generosity that we will succeed in completing our aeroplane project and continue giving people with disabilities the chance to experience the freedom that flying can bring.”
Neil Watkins, Trenchard Aviation Group Sales and Marketing Director, added, “Aerobility is our nominated charity for 2020 and we are very pleased to add to our other fund-raising activities this year by donating this carpet. We wish Aerobility every success with their exciting aeroplane build project.”
This HD video interview took place over 7 years ago, on 10 July 2012, and as such some of the information may be out of date. We will be contacting Aerobility to conduct a new video interview about the admirable work that they do, and will update this page once it is done. In the video, Ms. Shona Bowman tells us what Aerobility is all about.
Source: Breaking Travel News