Aerobility is pleased to announce our 2018 fundraising Aurora Flight, a chance to see the Northern Lights.
Why not look forward to a unique opportunity and book yourselves onto the Aurora flight on Saturday 24 February 2018.
We are thrilled to introduce our team of experts and celebrities
Start your experience with guest presentations including hearing from our special guest Tim Peake and lunch at the Gatwick Sofitel.
At sunset, you will board British Airways flight and head Northwards to 61 degrees North.
You will hear on the way from the experts and entertainment from the celebrities on board.
We have very limited places so be sure to book immediately to secure your place.
Whilst the location of the flight and the guidance of our experts provides the best chance of viewing the aurora in a single flight there is no guarantee that the Northern Lights will be visible.
Northern Lights Adventure
Saturday, 24 February 2018
London Gatwick Airport
In association with British Airways
Hosted by Entertainer Jon Culshaw and our special guest Tim Peake.
Tickets will be available from midday on Tuesday 16 January.
Adult – £449 Under 12 – £229 Aerobility Disabled Flyer – £229
Fully inclusive ticket price includes all taxes, airport parking, meals (in hotel and on board) and soft drinks.
Due to ATOL regulations, all tickets must be purchased using a card.
Any questions? Please email email@example.com
Estimated travel times, subject to change: Arrive at Hotel 1 PM. Take off 7 PM and return 11 PM.
About the Charity
Aerobility is a charity offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane. Aerobility removes barriers and offers disabled people a real sense of achievement and life changing freedom.
Whatever the disability, and whatever the social background, we will get people in the air, not just as a passenger but as a co-pilot. Some will even go on to gain their pilots licences or work in aerospace.
Outcomes are powerful yet simple. A realisation that an individual has significant abilities whatever their disability, those involved with us go on to do not just more flying but also other things like learning to drive or going back to work. By planting the seed of ability, if I can fly, what else can I do?
It is so much more than just flying.
Aerobility aims to use the gift of flight as a tool for improving the lives of those with a disability or illness. Whatever the age or whatever the disability, be it physical, sensory, learning or mental, we give people the chance to fly. We are user led, truly accessible, and endeavour to demonstrate the abilities within all of us.
Chief Executive, Aerobility
0303 303 1230