Hayward Aviation is pleased to be able to support a number of charities, community activities and other aerospace related activities, including:
Aerobility is a registered charity founded in 1993 which offers disabled people, without exception, the opportunity to fly an aeroplane. From humble beginnings in 1993 to the current fleet of 5 aircraft with a head office at Blackbushe, a dedicated classroom and shop and operational bases at Tatenhill, Liverpool and Skye Aerobility enable over 1,000 disabled people per year to have a unique flying experience. To find out more visit www.aerobility.com
Bader’s Bus Company
Bader’s Bus Company is the first aerial display team solely flown by pilots with disabilities. Launched in the summer 2018, Bader’s Bus Company brings together the Douglas Bader Foundation and Aerobility, to honour Sir Douglas Bader and celebrate the opportunity for disabled people, without exception, the chance to fly an aeroplane.
Hayward Aviation is delighted to be supporters to this truly unique and inspiring “band of brothers.” To find out more about the Bader Bus Company and the Douglas Bader Foundation, visit https://www.douglasbaderfoundation.com
General Aviation Safety Council (GASCo)
GASCo is a charity which seeks to promote flight safety through education. Hayward Aviation actively supports GASCo through their safety evenings and events. rel="noopener noreferrer" rel="noopener noreferrer" To find out more visit www.gasco.org.uk
The British Helicopter Team
The British Helicopter Team competes at international FAI sanctioned events. To follow the team and rel="noopener noreferrer" rel="noopener noreferrer" find out about their latest rel="noopener noreferrer" competitions, visit www.britishhelicopterteam.co.uk
The Yakovlevs are a UK based six-aircraft formation and aerobatic display team who have earned a reputation for excellence over the last 18 years, delighting well over two billion people in the process, across four continents.
In 2012 the team broke China Central Television (CCTV) viewing figures, attracting more than 380 million spectators over a five-day period when they were displaying at Faku on the North Korean border for the first ever AOPA China Airday.
Consummate believers in pushing the boundaries of high performance, The Yakovlevs exude the highest of standards in every aspect of their operation. The team is a specialist airborne display team flying authentic cold war Russian war-bird aircraft in precise, yet graceful combinations of tight formations and exciting aerobatics, high speed rel="noopener noreferrer" rel="noopener noreferrer" passes and breath-taking rel="noopener noreferrer" crosses.
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