Aerobility has opened its silent auction to the public ahead of its annual Aviators Ball taking place on Saturday 20 November.
Among the many auction lots are:
Genuine Red Arrows flying suit Boeing 747 fuselage clock Flight in a Tiger Moth Wing Walking A flight with the world’s fastest pilot, Andy Green A flight with TV presenter Arthur Williams in his Piper Cub Swimming trunks signed by Olympic diver, Tom Daley (Eh? – Ed) Visits to NATS air traffic control towers A day onboard a luxury yacht EasyJet flight simulator experience
And there’s a even a special place to join the FLYER team on the weekly FLYER Livestream up for auction!
Starting prices for the lots range from £10 to £400. Proceeds will give more disabled people the chance to fly.
Mike Miller-Smith, Aerobility CEO
Aerobility CEO, Mike Miller-Smith, said, “This auction is about so much more than the amount raised, it is about delivering hope and freedom to hundreds of disabled people.
“Taking to the skies and having the chance to take the controls of an aeroplane offers a great sense of achievement, increased confidence and, very often, the first-ever opportunity to feel free from constraints of disability.
“We want to offer this experience to as many people as possible and every penny raised from this auction will go toward doing just that.”
The auction will end at 22:00 on Saturday 20 November, during the charity’s Aviators Ball. Anyone can make a bid, at any time until then by visiting https://www.aviatorsballauction.com
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