The Air League, together with Boeing and the Royal Air Force, joined forces to launch an exciting new programme, Centennial Wings, that has seen dozens of teenage air cadets in Northern Ireland build a Sting S4 ultralight aircraft from kit.
We are proud to be displaying the aircraft to the public for the very first time at the Royal International Air Tattoo 2018 and are delighted to announce that a second Centennial Wings project will commence in late 2018 in Scotland. This project will see The Air League, Boeing and the Air Cadets working together once again.
Centennial Wings was designed to complement and enhance the existing RAF Air Training Corps cadets’ curriculum with hands-on practical application of classroom theory, in order to help inspire young people in Britain to study science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects and to take an interest in careers in the military and aerospace.
Our full press release – Press Release – Centennial Wings 2018
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Watch the full Centennial Wings journey below