Flight safety company Aerobytes has agreed a substantial financial sponsorship package for Aerobility, the flying charity for disabled flyers.
The deal will enable Aerobility to underwrite its core operational costs and spend more of its money on opening the skies to everyone, regardless of their challenges.
Aerobility celebrates its 30th birthday this year and provides opportunities for people of all ages with a wide range of disabilities to take to the skies and even learn how to fly, either airborne in an aircraft cockpit, or virtually from their home.
“Aerobility is an amazing charity,” said Emma Forrester of Aerobytes.
“I don’t know anyone that has ever been introduced to Aerobility and what it does and has not been in awe at its ability to transform lives.”
Aerobility operates virtually UK-wide and flies from Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire and Tatenhill Airfield in Staffordshire.
“Eddie and Emma Forrester (pictured above) have been private supporters of Aerobility for many years,” said Mike Miller-Smith, CEO of Aerobility.
“We are delighted that they have stepped in as principal sponsors of Aerobility and as a result of that agreement we now proudly carry the Aerobytes logo on our aircraft, vehicles, website and building signage.”
To find out more go to www.aerobility.com