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Charity’s Silent Auction for Money-Can’t-Buy Flying Experiences

Aerobility is inviting online bids on more than 85 unique items and experiences ahead of its annual Aviators Ball on Saturday (18th).

An exclusive tour of Heathrow Airport Control Tower, a flight for two in a 1934 Leopard Moth (pictured) or the chance to join the LBC Breakfast Show are just some of the items available in the fundraising auction.

This year’s Aviators Ball celebrates 30 years of operations for Aerobility, which allows people with disabilities to experience flight.

Since 1993, the charity has introduced more than 10,000 people to the magic and wonder of flight, forever transforming their perspective on the world and their personal capabilities.

Some of the experiences and collectible memorabilia available in the online auction include:

· Flight in a Second World War Harvard

· London Heathrow Control Tower Tour

· LBC Radio Studio Tour & The Nick Ferrari at Breakfast show

· A motivational talk for your company from Liz McConaghy - RAF veteran and author of Chinook Crew Chick

· A tour of the 2Excel Engineering facilities and lunch at Lasham

· Flight in the Airbus A320 NEO simulator at Quadrant Systems in Burgess Hill

· Pilot Nigel Lamb’s Red Bull flying suit

See the full list of items and bid now by visiting:

“You don’t need to attend the Aviators Ball to take part in the online auction,” said Mike Miller-Smith OBE, CEO of Aerobility.

“Anyone, anywhere can bid and support our mission to make aviation accessible for all.”

For further information on how to organise a sealed or telephone bid contact



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