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Aviation Scholarships: Cotswold Airport launches Aviation Scholarship: 2012

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Airport launches 2012 Aviation Scholarships for young people   

Dreams of becoming a pilot, aviation engineer or air traffic controller, are expected to apply for a place on Cotswold Airport’s 2012 Aviation Scholarships programme.
The scheme, which was first introduced four years ago, gives teenagers aged between 14 and 18, the chance to embark on a career in aviation and gain experience and training close to home. Funded by Cotswold Airport owner and chief executive Ronan Harvey and run in conjunction with the airport-based fly2help charity and flying organisations

Cotswold Airport (Kemble) has launched its 2012 Aviation Scholarships programme giving local youngsters the chance to embark on a career in aviation and gain experience and training close to home. The scholarship offers 10 places to teenagers between 14 and 18 in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. During the scholarships, students experience flight, receive tuition at the airports aviation ground school, see at first-hand the work of air traffic controllers, flying instructors and engineers, and receive expert guidance from aviation professionals.

Application forms are available on the fly2help website www.fly2help.org or 
by calling 01285 771177.
The closing date for applications is 31 January, 2012, and interviews for the short-listed candidates will be held the following month.
The scholarships will run from 2 to 5 April and 10 to 13 April.

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