Four Corners Flight America 2007 - Steve’s second and officially recorded flight around the ‘four corners’ of the contiguous USA. During this flight Steve set 29 international FAI World Speed Records. View the photo gallery.
Flying Scholarships for the Disabled - a UK based Registered Charity founded in memory of the disabled WWII fighter ace, Sir Douglas Bader to provide flying scholarships for disabled people.
Able Flight - a US based 501(c)3 Charity similar to Flying Scholarships for the Disabled, but using Light Sport aircraft for training.
Fly2Help.org is UK a registered charity, through which they aim to lift the horizons of people of all ages and from all backgrounds through the medium of flight.
Dreamflight - a UK based Registered Charity providing ‘holidays of a lifetime for seriously ill and disabled children’ from the UK by visits to the theme parks of Florida.
World Wings - website of record setting aviatrix Polly Vacher - Steve’s mentor
FAI - Federation Aeronautique Internationale -The World Air Sports Federation and the governing body for aviation world records.
Royal Aero Club Racing, Rallying & Records Association - (3R’s) - the delegated representative of the Royal Aero Club and in turn the FAI. The body responsible for approving Steve’s records as British National Records before submitting the records for ratification to the FAI as official World Records
Royal Aero Club - the national aero club of the United Kingdom and the UK representative of the FAI.
NAA - National Aeronautic Association - the US representative of the FAI. As all of Steve’s records were international starting or finishing in the USA the NAA had to approve the records in consultation with the FAI and the UK Royal Aero Club.
EAA - Experimental Aircraft Association, of which Steve is a member