May 12, 2017

AEP Farnborough Fire Station Visit

Last Saturday the AEP group visited Farnborough Airport Fire Station.
They had a very informative talk about the role of a firefighter at the airport and then had a look at the equipment and breathing apparatus that the fire crew use.  The group got the chance to try on the kit.

They then went outside and got the chance to put out a real fire with a fire extinguisher after they had all looked at the amazing fire engines they have at the airport.    

It was a fantastic trip and we'd like to say a very big thank you to the fire crew for hosting us.

May 11, 2017

Congratulations to Richard Bulley, who has completed his cross country!

Richard Bulley who flies from Blackbushe Airport, completed his cross country qualifying flight on Monday 8th May! He flew from Blackbushe to Northampton, Sywell and then to Gloucester and back to Blackbushe.

Richard said: "It was brilliant, the low cloud was an issue at the beginning of the flight and once I got past the Stokenchurch mast it was sunny. Both of my landaway airfields couldn't have been more helpful. I feel I can really fly solo now."

His instructor, Stuart Redman Lusher said "I'm so pleased for Richard. He has worked incredibly hard, progressed really well and juggled his work commitments to make this flight happen. Next stop for Richard is now his PPL flight test."

From everyone at Aerobility, massive congratulations, Richard!

May 02, 2017

Would you like to become a secret agent?

Wall to Wall, makers of hit series Who Do You Think You Are? Child Genius, Back In Time… and Long Lost Family, are looking for determined men and women (18yrs+) of all ages from across the UK and Northern Ireland who would like to challenge their mental, physical and practical aptitude in a new landmark living-history series that tells the story of Secret Agents in the Second World War.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for individuals from all walks of life to train, live and learn as 1940s secret agents did in one of history’s toughest training courses. 
We know that some of these World War Two Secret Agents had disabilities such as a missing limb, other physical conditions or what is termed in today’s world as an invisible disability. We really want to represent this part of history and stress to potential contributors that the show is open to everyone who would like to apply.
For anyone that would like the chance to embark on this incredible historical journey, please contact the team on: or call 020 7241 9312.