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Aerobility's Armchair Airshow supports disabled flying

Posted 20 April 2022 · Add Comment

On Saturday 28th May, Aerobility's Armchair Airshow will return, once again bringing the thrill of aviation to screens everywhere in support of disabled flying.

Courtesy Aerobility

Brought to you by the disabled flying charity, Aerobility, viewers will receive unique access to pilots, aircraft and air-display.

Featuring world class formation display team, The Blades, aircraft from Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar and many more the show will be raising funds in support of disabled flying, whilst taking those who tune-in on a journey from Kent, to the Scottish Lakes and beyond.

Mike Miller-Smith, CEO at the charity said “Having developed the Armchair Airshow in response to the pandemic, it has taken-on its own life and embedded itself in the national airshow calendar.

"With support from organisations such as Aerobytes, London Biggin Hill Airport and the Department for Transport, the show continues to grow every year, providing inspiration, through aviation to the tens of thousands of people that tune-in. We could not do it without the amazing support of aviation community. We cannot thank them enough.

"To watch the show, simply head to on the 28th May. We hope as many people as possible will tune-in and support the charity, we promise it will be worth it.”

David Winstanley, CEO at London Biggin Hill Airport said “We are delighted to once again be supporting the Armchair Airshow.

"This online event, broadcast from Biggin Hill, will bring you the thrill of aviation via incredible, unique exclusives that are only possible at a virtual airshow. We urge the entire aviation community to watch the show and support the charity. Every penny they raise, changes lives through aviation.”



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