Royal Air Squadron Young Instructor Bursaries
The Royal Air Squadron is an association of friends with a common interest in all forms of private light aviation, promoting aviation in the United Kingdom and to develop and maintain aviation links around the world.
With a focus on pilots between the ages of 16 and 26 years old and developing individual flying aptitude, knowledge and experience as well as encouraging professional ambition, the Royal Air Squadron is generously offering individual bursaries to support BGA assistant instructor training.
Individuals who meet the criteria to train as a BGA assistant gliding instructor, are aged between 16 and 26 years old, and would benefit from financial support, are encouraged to apply for a bursary. Applications must be supported by the pilot’s Chief Flying Instructor and submitted via the application form below.
Closing date 15th February 23.
Applicants and their CFIs may be contacted by the BGA for further information.Please apply here for a Royal Air Squadron young instructor bursary