July 30, 2010
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The Italian Disabled Flying community is holding a celebration at Serristori Airfield in Tuscany from Friday 9 July until Sunday 11 July to celebrate 15 years since the first Italian Disabled person obtained a pilots license.
We have close links with our Italian friends and BDFA members have been invited to attend the celebrations. The Airfield sounds idyllic with an on-site restaurant, disabled access accommodation, swimming pool and of course the beauty of the surrounding area.
We had hoped to fly one of our aircraft over, but unfortunately we have a pre-existing event the following Monday and we could not get the aircraft back in time. If anybody has their own aircraft or access to one, or indeed would like to drive over, then do let me know and I can pass on the details. It would be good to have the BDFA represented.
Yes it’s already the AeroExpo show at High Wycombe. We need volunteers tomorrow Thursday from 6 PM until 8 PM to help set up the show, and at the show itself from 9:30 AM onwards Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Great weather, BDFA friends and aeroplanes. What more could one ask for! Let Brian Catchpoole have your availability.