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Vintage Aircraft Club taildragger scholarship applications still open

PUBLISHED: 15:30 17 July 2018 | UPDATED: 15:30 17 July 2018

Vintage Aircraft Club taildragger scholarship

Vintage Aircraft Club taildragger scholarship

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If you would like to win £750 to help you transition from nosewheel to tailwheel flying then get your application in before July 31

If you are under 35 years of age and have 100+ hours PPL, you can apply for the Vintage Aircraft Club’s Liz Inwood Taildragger Scholarship.

The annual award of £750 is to enable a young pilot in the UK to transition from nose wheel to tailwheel aircraft.

This would then qualify the successful candidate to fly a greater variety of vintage aircraft.

Applications close on July 31 2018 and the application form is on the Vintage Aircraft Club website www.vintageaircraftclub.org.uk.

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