Hosties4Heroes do the Harlem Shake

The Hosites are putting together a vintage glamor Calendar to be sold to raise funds for flight training for our wounded, injured and sick. Whilst we filmed behind the scenes on the photo shoot, the Hosties hijacked our team to make a promotional #HarlemShake video for YouTube. Enjoy !

Flying For Freedom

Flying for Freedom are mounting a daring expedition to the South Pole, to be undertaken by eight wounded and injured servicemen. In partnership with Help for Heroes, we follow the expedition story highlighting ability, not disability, as each fly by microlight to the South Pole. Our documentary film crew is embedded within the expedition support team, so we can capture the full story, in real time, as it happens.

On Antarctic Air

Everyone knows the tragic story of Scott of the Antarctic, but did you know that Scott was the first person to fly in Antarctica? The untold History of Antarctic Aviation contains all of the worlds greatest Polar explorers and a race to be first to fly an airplane in Antarctica that spanned years, yet was settled in days. When the first aircraft (DC3) landed at the pole in 1956, the crew were the first people to stand at the pole since Scott.

The untold story of Antarctic Aviation

The untold story of Antarctic Aviation

In a DC3, we plan visit the veteran aircraft that are preserved in Museums around the world and tell the story of the brave pilots who flew them.

Flying in the face of Adversity

Follow the amazing story of a group of wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women learning to fly weight shift microlights . Considered impractical for training the disabled, powered hang-gliders are at the extreme sports end of aviation. With some stunning air-to-air footage, we follow trainee pilots as they overcome disability and take to the air. This is very personal story, demonstrating determination over disability and a rare insight into the ability of real life Heroes.

Flying for Freedom - Follow a group of wounded as they train to become pilots.

Flying for Freedom – Follow a group of wounded as they train to become pilots.

Do you have what it takes to be a Hostie?

Can you serve a champagne cocktail during a high ‘G’ turn? Walk a mile (and back) in strappy heels? Run the Iron Man Marathon and keep your eyeliner on? Entertain a room of CEO’s to secure donations? You may have model looks and you may have what it takes to an Air Hostess…But do you have what it takes to be a Hosties4Heroes Hostess? If you think Britain’s Next Top Model is tough, then you have never seen Hosties4Heroes Hostess selection.

So you think you have what it takes?Ā