The Honourable Company of Air Pilots incorporating Air Navigators

Air Pilots' Scholarship Programme 2017

Jan 26, 2017

 

Company CrestThe Honourable Company of Air Pilots is pleased to announce that it is now seeking applications for the 2017 Scholarships programme

 

Scholarships are available as follows:

FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR CERTIFICATE
Several Fixed Wing Insturctor scholarships sponsored by the Swire Charitable Trust, the Air Safety Trust and the Air Pilots Trust.

Closing date for Applications 22 March 2017

PRIVATE PILOTS LICENCE
Several full scholarships are available to take the successful candidates through to licence issue.  These scholarships are generously funded by benefactors such as Air BP, the Cadogan Charitable Trust, the Foyle Charitable Trust along with funding from members of the Company, such as Past Master Mike Grayburn, and the Company's charitable foundations: the Air Pilots Benevolent Fund and the Air Pilots Trust.
The successful candidates must be over the age of 17 on 1 June 17

Closing date for Applications 14 March 2017

GLIDING SCHOLARSHIPS
Several residential course scholarships will be available with funding provided through several sources such as Virgin Atlantic, the Air Pilots Flying Club and through the generosity of several Company members.
The training will be carried out at a (BGA) approved centre and will consist of week long courses to be flown during the school summer holidays

The successful candidates must be over the age of 16 on 1 July 2017

Closing date for Applications 29 March 2017


Application forms for all the above are available at http://www.airpilots.org/career-matters/scholarships/flying-scholarships-2017/


Further information about the scholarships can be obtained by emailing office@airpilots.org
or by telephone 020 7404 4032

 

Notes to editors:

 

1.  The Honourable Company of Air Pilots

The Air Pilots was established as the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators in 1929. It is based in London but has an internationally based membership of professional and private pilots. The principal activities of the organisation are centred on developing action and activities to ensure that aircraft are piloted and navigated safely by aviators who are highly competent, self-reliant, dependable and respected.

 

2.  The Air Pilots support the education and training of pilots from the initial instruction of young pilots to specialist training at the highest levels. Through its charitable activities, education and training, technical committees, aircrew selection, scholarships and sponsorships, advice and recognition of the achievements of fellow aviators worldwide, the Honourable Company keeps itself at the forefront of the aviation world.