#YouHaveControl | The UK Royal Aeronautical Society have written one of the best features we’ve ever read about FITA. Particularly focusing on the new Freedom hand Controls for disabled pilots to fly Cessna and Piper single engine aeroplanes. But also, they are one of the first to know about the portable hand controls for multi-engine aeroplanes.

You can get a free copy of the bi-annual Career Flightpath Magazine.
You can download the magazine at the link below, or, for your FREE printed copy please email your name and postal address to: careers@aerosociety.com


Established in 1866, the guiding principles of the Royal Aeronautical Society are embodied in this extract from the Society’s Royal Charter: “The objects and purposes are the general advancement of aeronautical Art, Science and Engineering and for promoting that species of knowledge which distinguishes the profession of Aeronautics (which expression includes Astronautics)”.

As the world’s only professional body dedicated to the aerospace community, it exists to further the advancement of aeronautical art, science and engineering around the world.

For Further Information and to learn more about disabled pilot training, visit FITA at:

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