Aerobility is a UK registered charity founded in 1993 offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane.
We are challenging over 100 people to help Aerobility achieve a New Guinness World Record for the longest duration Global simulator flight in our sim at Blackbushe.
We also hope to raise £100,000, ALL of the money raised will fund Aerobility's flying activities with disabled people including the running costs of our own flying simulator over the next 5 years.
Our pilots so far include:
Professional pilots, our supporters and volunteers.
Buzz Aldrin, Apollo Astronaut,
Chief of the Air Staff, Sir Stephen Dalton, RAF
Willie Walsh CEO International Airlines Group
Gerald Howarth, MP
Yves Rossy, Breitling Jet Man
David Hempleman-Adams, Adventure and Explorer
Richard Deakin, Chief Executive, NATS
Andrew Haines, Chief Executive, CAA
Bertrand Piccard, Scientist and Adventurer, Breitling Orbiter record holder
Brian Jones, record-breaking Breitling Orbiter round the world pilot
Start date: 5th October 2012 and finish around 10 days later.
Simulator location: Blackbushe Airport, Camberley, GU17 9LQ
• 22,000 nautical miles
• 100 pilots
• 10 days
• 200 hours of flying
• West to East - London, Europe, Middle East, Far East and Asia, North America, Greenland, North Atlantic and back to London - taking in famous cities and landmarks along the way.
How to get involved:
For just £500 per flight you can take part in this unique opportunity to participate in this record attempt and help raise money for this fantastic cause. You might also want to ask your company to sponsor you, in return your company will have their logo displayed on the official website + on Aerobilitys sponsorship wall at Blackbushe + they will also be mentioned during Aerobilitys Aviators Ball in November this year.
For further details and to book your leg on this exciting world record attempt please contact Aerobility GFSC 2012 Manager: email@example.com
Aerobilitys website - Aerobility - Homepage
Click on the Global Flight Simulator Challenge Logo for more info