When I was working on the construction of this NPO project I was far from imagining the feeling of satisfaction and happiness provoked by delivering our first scholarship to young Johana Ruby.
These few words written by Johana tell us why this adventure is so beautiful:
- "I am very grateful to you and I am also very touched by your help, which I myself fight daily to demonstrate that we can all have access to the aeronautical sector, regardless of our past, our culture , our sex, or even more importantly, our social background. Aeronautics is a passion, a dream, a goal, and no one should be slowed down for lack of financial means. ""
I remember my doubts and these few unanswered questions:
- Will we collect enough money to issue the first scholarship?
- Will we receive requests and how will we make our selection?
Then everything went perfectly. Donors responded, a few young people from different countries (including Tanzania) applied, and Johana’s case came naturally to us.
I say a big thank you to all those who responded to our first call for donations, without this generosity and support our action would not have been possible. My commitment today is to multiply the calls for donations so that we are always ready for other "helping hands" to young people in difficulty who have merits.
Your donation will help us to constitute the next scholarships, see our page:
Pilot Training Helping Hand
Royal-Star Aero, the Training Center based in Poland, has decided to buy 2 Alsim’s simulators: an Alsim AL250 and an Alsim ALX, whose parameters and t...Read more
The International Aero Training Academy, based in Malaysia, has decided to upgrade its AL 42 flight simulator for the WAAS in accordance with the new rules that...Read more
Be ready for tomorrow.Performance Based Navigation (PBN/LPV) will become mandatory by 2020 for all instrument rating training (EASA requirement). IR holders who...Read more