TAG FLYING SCHOLAR 2018 RECEIVES HIS PPL SCHOLARSHIP CERTIFICATE
Réshé Harrison, winner of the TAG Flying Scholarship 2018, was joined by TAG Farnborough Airport CEO, Brandon O’Reilly, at a Scholarship presentation ceremony and reception at Cutler’s Hall in London last week. During the ceremony, The Court of The Honourable Company of Air Pilots presented Réshé with his scholarship certificate, formally marking his achievement.
On receiving his scholarship certificate, Réshé said, “The support of the Flying Scholarship has provided me with that vital stepping stone to go on to university to study Air Transport with Commercial Pilot Training and has ultimately given me the chance to make my dreams a reality.”
“Réshé has worked hard and overcome many challenges to get to this point and I am sure that he will benefit greatly from the tremendous experience he has gained from this scholarship. I am delighted that TAG Farnborough Airport is supporting this scheme as it is yet another way in which we can encourage local young people to get involved in the world of aviation,” commented Brandon O’Reilly.
Under the auspices of the Honourable Company of Air Pilots’ scholarship programme, TAG Farnborough Airport grants one young person a scholarship with the aim of supporting individuals who might otherwise not have the necessary resources to gain flying experience and ultimately achieve their PPL. Over the past 11 years, scholarship recipients have progressed to a variety of professional roles within the aviation industry.
The TAG Flying Scholarship 2019 is set to be launched in January next year.