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The 3 Flying Scholarships we offer:
12-hour Flying Scholarship

The Flying Scholarships provide 12 hours of Powered Flight training towards the award of a Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL). The scholarship supports aspiring pilots gain further experience.  Scholars undertake their training as a residential course over the course of one to two weeks to ensure consistency in their learning and to allow training as a small group with other scholars so that a fun, open learning environment can develop. 

This year, the Air League will be working with the Royal Air Force Sport Aircraft Flying Schools as well as other partner organisations in the UK to deliver the flying training. We will announce further details of the partner organisations and locations soon.

Key Dates

Applications for the scholarships will be open from 1st November 2019 to the 29th February 2020. 

Interviews for the flying scholarships will be held in March/April 2020.

Flying scholarships to be completed between May and the end of October 2020.

5-hour Flying Scholarship
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In 2020, the Air League is introducing a brand new 5-hour flying scholarship. This scholarship is intended for those people who are interested in flying but have had limited opportunities to do so previously. This scholarship will be residential and consist of 5-hours of flying over a 5-day period. You will also be provided with an understanding of what it is like to be a pilot, how you can become one either in a commercial or military setting and what training routes are available to you.

Key Dates

Applications for the scholarships are now open until the 2nd March 2020.

Interviews for the flying scholarships will be held in March/ April 2020.

Flying scholarships to be completed between May and the end of October 2020.

Flying Bursaries
5Hr Bursary

The flying bursary progamme offers 3-5 hours of advanced flying training to current Private Pilot’s Licence (PPL) holders as well as those yet to gain their licence who need assistance in finishing their training. 

Many of our bursary winners have used their bursary funds towards night ratings, instrument ratings and tail wheel conversions. 

We also welcome applications from disabled pilots who are looking to gain additional flying experience.

The bursary programme is now open for applications.