Aro PR and specialist engineering agency, Marketing, have joined forces to raise the profile of aviation charity fly2help inspire youngsters between the ages of 14-18 to consider careers in aviation and aerospace though the Aim High programme.
The charity currently runs scholarship weeks at London Biggin Hill, Gloucestershire and Oxford Airports and works with schools, colleges and other charities to offer STEM and career taster days.
“Aro’s work raising our profile will bring fly2help to a wider audience in the aerospace and aviation industry,” said Dave Edwards, Fly2help’s Trustee and CEO of the British Air Charter Association (BACA). “Since we started in 2006, more than 2000 people of all ages have benefitted from Air Smiles Days and hundreds from our Aim High programme. We simply couldn’t do this work without donations and the help and support from our wonderful pilots and sponsors, such as Rolls-Royce and Airbus, who give their time and money so we can create an opportunity for children and adults.”