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People Living with a Disability in Cornwall Can Reach for the Sky

UK disabled flying charity Aerobility has partnered with Flynqy Pilot Training to provide an opportunity for specialist disabled flying from Cornwall Airport Newquay.

Aerobility is a charity which provides anyone, with any disability, access to the magic and wonder of flight. The charity has headquarters at Blackbushe Airport in Hampshire and operates from Tatenhill in Staffordshire.

Aerobility is also working with the flight instructor team at Lydd Aero Club in Kent.

"Teaming up with Flynqy Pilot Training, Cornwall Airport Newquay is excited to announce our collaboration with Aerobility, championing inclusivity in aviation,” said Andrew Boomer, Operations Director, Cornwall Airport Newquay.

“Together, we're paving the way for transformative flying experiences for individuals living with disabilities in the South West."

Bookings are now open for the first flights for people with disabilities with Flynqy Pilot Training from Cornwall Airport Newquay. These flights will be available on a trial basis between August 16 and 18, 2024.

“This exciting new opportunity shows that the charity is serious about growing its national catchment areas and enables us to spread the magic and wonder of flight to new and remote areas of the UK,” said Aerobility Chief Flying Instructor, Al Rosser. 

“We are thrilled to be expanding our offering to Cornwall, which could help more people living with disabilities to try something new and realise their true capabilities.”

Bookings for flights at Newquay, Blackbushe, Tatenhill or Lydd can be made at




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