April 26, 2012
April 23, 2012
Aerobility was recently interviewed during British Forces Broadcasting Service popular afternoon show with listeners all around the world. Presenter Charlene Guy talks to Aerobility Chief Executive Mike Miller-Smith.
April 17, 2012
Another trial lesson, another smile. What it's all about!
Minley Manor Officers’ Mess
Minley Manor can be found just off junction 4a of the M3 motorway. The entrance to the Manor is signposted from the A327. Please note that the entrance into the Manor is fairly narrow, with only one car being able to pass through the gates at a time, please take care when entering and exiting the Manor. The Guardroom will be immediately in front of you. You will be asked to provide your name and show some form of identification (driving licence or credit card etc…) to grant you access into the Manor and will be directed to the parking area.
Please note that Minley Manor is on the opposite side of the road from the main camp, Gibraltar Barracks. You should come immediately to the Minley Manor entrance; there is no requirement to go into Gibraltar Barracks first.
April 16, 2012
"I just wanted to take this opportunity to say thank you for an amazing day. Our young people got so much out of it, it was absolutely brilliant and indescribable to see how much joy and confidence they got out of realising they were flying the plane. Please thank all your team for their hard work and patience on the day. You are all amazing."
|A great group From Bracknell Kids. We look forward to working with them again.|
Portsmouth newspaper article
April 13, 2012
Thanks also to Graham from Air First who was nobbled into using the fork on his way past!
April 10, 2012
|Great to see so many members|
|Next generation Aerobility volunteers|
|Chatting in the warm spring sunshine|
April 02, 2012
Robin Hood is also home to XH558 the magnificent Vulcan, restored to flight by the Vulcan to the Sky Trust who hosted the children and arranged tours of this iconic aircraft.