[HD video below]
Flying is all about freedom, the ability to travel, escape, learn
new things and see life from a different perspective.
Taking absolute control of that freedom through
flight is the dream of many, but what if your physical limitations
restrict you, make it seem likely that that dream will never
become a reality?
That is where Aerobility, the British Flying
Charity, comes in. The organisation, a registered charity
established in 1993, offers "disabled people, without exception,
the opportunity to fly an aeroplane".
Present at the Farnborough International Airshow
which is taking place in England between 9-15 July 2012, ASIA
Travel Tips.com sat down with Shona Bowman, Trustee of Aerobility
to learn more about the charity.
In the HD video interview below you will learn,
who the charity is targeting, what aircraft they use and how those
aircraft have been modified and at whose expense, the cost
involved, how people and corporations can help, as well as a
little insight into what the Aviators Ball 2012 is all about, what
the prizes are, how you can dine with a real Red Arrow and much,
Aerobility, the British
Flying Charity, HD Video Interview