Aerobatic Training
Successful Solo Pilots
March 11, 2015
Taking on the 3 Peaks
March 11, 2015
Aerobatic Training
Successful Solo Pilots
March 11, 2015
Taking on the 3 Peaks
March 11, 2015

Here at Two Two Fly we’re really passionate about making flying as accessible as possible for anyone who wants to learn.

You may have read elsewhere on this site that I’m planning on taking on the UK 3 Peaks challenge in a few weeks time. Raising money through sponsorship will allow me to convert my second C42 into a plane that I will be able to use to teach wheelchair using pilots. You can read more about my up coming challenge here.

But today I really want to focus on one of the success stories of Two Two Fly teaching wheelchair using pilots.

You may remember in my newsletter from a couple of months ago that one of my newest students is Sean Rose (he is also a Winter Paralympian and all round good guy).

I’m really pleased to announce that since then, Sean has now flown solo and his pilots training is going from strength to strength. I’m also very pleased to announce that a second wheelchair using pilot, Matt Robinson, has also recently joined the Two Two Fly Family.

Over the coming weeks and months I plan to be in talks with the Aerobility to find ways of making the C42 available for more people with disabilities who want to learn to fly.

I’m very proud that as a flying school we are supporting more people who want to learn how to fly, and making this fantastic activity that we all love open to more people.

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