Aerobility looking for extra flying instructor

Aerobility instructor

Aerobility is looking for an experienced and preferably current, unrestricted Flight Instructor – an FI(A) – who would play a crucial role in providing flight experience and training to individuals from diverse backgrounds.

The role would encompass a flexible part-time roster to work on a negotiated two-weeks on, two-weeks off basis or up to three days (20 hours) per week. The work is primarily at Aerobility’s Blackbushe Airport  HQ.

Interested? Please contact Aerobility Chief Flying Instructor Al Rosser by email: [email protected]

Aerobility uses the challenges of flight and exposure to aviation as a tool for providing opportunity to those with a disability.

Whatever the age or the disability, be it physical, learning, mental health, or an injury acquired in conflict, Aerobility gives everyone the chance to fly and participate in aviation-orientated activities.

Aerobility uses specially adapted aircraft, support equipment and specialist instruction to ensure access for all

Aerobility uses specially adapted aircraft, support equipment and specialist instruction to ensure access for all

Aerobility heads for Cornwall (and Lydd and Tatenhill)

The charity is also working with other airports to provide flights for people living with a disability and this summer will be heading to Newquay. It already operates from Tatenhill and Lydd airports.

Aerobility has partnered with Flynqy Pilot Training at Cornwall Newquay Airport to provide flying lessons for people living with disabilities for a limited time in August 2024.

Flynqy Pilot Training Operations Manager, Zara Dinnacombe, said, “Aerobility is an inspiring charity that enables people with physical or hidden disabilities to fly an aircraft.

“We’d love to make this a more regular fixture, so we are working closely with the team to make this event a huge success.

“As a training organisation, we are all incredibly passionate about sharing our love of all things aviation with others, and teaming up with Aerobility will allow us to open up the world of aviation to so many more individuals this summer.

Bookings are now open for the first flights for people with disabilities with Flynqy. These flights will be available on a trial basis between the 16 to 18 August 2024.

Aerobility’s Al Rosser added, “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.

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


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