Welcome to fly2help

Everything looks better from above the clouds where skies are blue. Leaving our worries on the ground
gives us the freedom to look at the world from a fresh perspective.

fly2help is an aviation charity dedicated to raising the spirits of people, young and old, living in difficult personal situations and inspiring young people as they consider their future lives.  Founded by pilots, our Air Smiles Days and Aim High education programme take everything that is exhilarating about flying and uses it to do something extraordinary.

As we enter our 11th year the Trustee Board of fly2help have had a chance to review the last 10 years and as a result have made the decision to implement a re-structure. In order to ensure that as much money donated as possible is spent on our charitable programmes, Air Smiles Days and Aim High, the Trustees have chosen to reduce overhead cost by making the post of CEO redundant. We would like to take this opportunity of thanking all those who have served in that position over the last 10 years especially Alison Pavier, the latest incumbent. We would particularly like to thank Alison for building a strong team that will carry the charity forward into our next decade and to wish that team Katy, Sharon, Georgie, Kim and Glenn good luck moving forward. 

Gill Cannon

Chair of Trustees

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Air Smiles Days

Air Smiles Days for children and adults living with disability, life-limiting conditions, severe illness, bereavement and isolation are built around a flight experience in a light aircraft.  fly2help gives them the chance to leave their worries on the ground and enjoy a wonderfully happy day out together.

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Aim High

Aim High is an education programme that helps young people learn about the exciting world of aviation and gain confidence and a belief in themselves.  fly2help runs scholarship weeks at Biggin Hill, Gloucestershire and Oxford Airports and works with schools, colleges and charities to offer STEM and career taster days.

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