April 02, 2012

Aerobility Flys Kirklees Deaf Children

Aerobility recently organised a fun introductory session for children from Kirklees Deaf Childrens’ Society, at Robin Hood Airport Doncaster. Despite extremely poor visibility at the start of the day, we were able to fly in two aircraft from Tatenhill and one from Blackbushe to ensure that we flew everyone. In all, we flew around eleven flights, and by all accounts the children very much enjoyed their introduction to flying.

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.

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