A Virtual visit to the RAF Museum is a fascinating look at aviation history.
With Lockdown firmly in place it’s vital to keep interests alive and relevant. Touring the history of British Aviation at the museum gives you a huge insight into our past, present and future in the skies.
At Gatwick they aim to make your airport experience the most accessible and inclusive for everyone. They offer a variety of services to make sure they include every kind of disability and to make your journey as easy as possible.
Dreamflight organises holidays of a lifetime to seriously ill and disabled children without their parents to Orlando, Florida. The ten day holiday for children and young people aged 8 to 14 years is accompanied by a team of medical carers who provide 24 hour care that includes a doctor, physiotherapist and 3 nurses. Additional non medical care also support the children.
The APT Charitable Trust was founded to teach disabled people to fly, giving the disabled the opportunity to enjoy the freedom of flight.
Operating from Old Sarum Airfield near Salisbury in Wiltshire, the APT use specially adapted Microlight aircraft. The Shadow is elegant-looking, tough and has an unrivalled record for reliability, safety and performance. Each has two-seats, with specially modified controls for pilots with varying disabilities.
Aerobility is a registered charity founded in 1993 offering disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane. For some, just that amazing first flight is enough to change their outlook on disability forever.