Celebrities in world flying record

Famous people who can fly planes have added their support to a flying charity to fly a simulator around the world. The event aims to raise £100,000 to help people with disabilities learn how to pilot aircraft.

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BA boss takes wing in Aerobility flight challenge

Willie Walsh takes control in Aerobility challenge

Willie Walsh the chief executive of IAG - the parent company of British Airways - prepares for his turn at the controls of a flight simulator to raise money for the Aerobility charity. The event to raise £100,000 pounds is being held at Blackbushe Airport in Camberley.

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