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BMAA Young Persons' Flying Bursary

BMAA Young Persons' Flying Bursary

The BMAA has launched a Young Persons' Flying Training Bursary.

The BMAA is pleased to announce plans for its Young Persons’ Flying Bursary. The BMAA are very keen to promote microlighting to the younger generation so that we continue to bring new blood into the sport and the movement continues to grow with the added enthusiasm of young people learning to fly.

The project will be run by, amongst others, Rob Grimwood who started flying himself as part of a BMAA scholarship in 1997. Rob now runs his own Microlight school and is an instructor examiner. You will doubtless know he has also reached World Champion status many times representing the UK Microlighting Team. This is exactly the story that the BMAA wants to replicate with the Young Persons’ Bursary.
 
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