Luxury aviation retailer Aileron has teamed up with flying charity Aerobility to donate proceeds from its Log Book sales to the charity, supporting their mission to offer disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane.
Press Release 24th November 2017
Aileron personalised Professional Pilot Log Books are now available to order through the Aerobility shop at the charity’s Blackbushe Airport headquarters and for all Log Books ordered through the shop, 10% from the cost of the book with be donated directly to Aerobility.
Find out more at www.ailerongroup.co.uk/partners
Those attending the Aerobility annual Aviators Ball will be able to bid on an Aileron Personalised Professional Pilot Log Book as part of the evening’s charity auction, with all proceeds going towards the charity. Held at Sofitel Terminal 5, London Heathrow airport on 25 November, the Aviators Ball represents a significant part of Aerobility’s annual fundraising efforts.
Mike Miller-Smith CBE, Chief Executive of Aerobility commented:
"Aerobility could not exist without the support of the wider aviation community helping us to deliver our life changing work, and we are thrilled to team up with the Aileron Group and have their support. More than that, the pilots and aviation professionals that make up the Aileron Group really understand how aviation can make a real difference, just like us."
Dean Corbin, Operations Director at Aileron Group said:
“Aerobility is a fantastic charity, they do incredible work within our aviation community and Aileron is delighted to be supporting them and this brilliant cause. We look forward to supporting Aerobility into the future, and to encourage as many enthusiastic aviators as possible to get involved.”
Give a gift this Christmas that gives back. Aileron Personalised Professional Pilot Log Books are available to order at the Aerobility shop or online at www.ailerongroup.co.uk. Order by 18th December 2017 for delivery in time for Christmas.
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Aerobility is a registered charity that aims to use the challenges of flight and exposure to aviation as a tool for improving the lives of those with a disability. Whatever the age or whatever the disability, be it physical, learning or mental, or an injury acquired in conflict – Aerobility gives everyone the chance to fly and participate in aviation orientated activities. Aerobility operates adapted aircraft, supporting equipment and specialist instruction to ensure access for all. The charity also acts as a representative body for disabled aviators working with regulators and the aerospace industry to promote access and awareness.
• Aerobility is a registered charity offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane. Aerobility removes barriers and offers disabled people a real sense of achievement and life changing freedom.
• Aerobility's specially adapted aircraft fly from various airfields around the UK and every year support over 900 physically disabled, learning-disabled, wounded soldiers and sensory impaired people. Aerobility HQ is based at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire.
• Aerobility provides a support network and social infrastructure for disabled people with an interest in aviation.
• Aerobility works with other organisations such as Help for Heroes, British Airways, Breitling, Boeing and The Air League delivering projects to support disabled people, wounded, injured and sick (WIS) soldiers, and through BBC Children in Need it provides innovative aviation themed educational programs for young people with disabilities.
To learn more visit www.aerobility.com
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