A group of youngsters with disabilities have taken to the air during Moray Flying Club’s annual Bader Braves Aviation Day.
The event saw 12 youngsters and their families attending the event at Kinloss Barracks, where they were flown around Moray.
The aviation day was organised for children suffering with limb disorders, or other disabilities.
A total of 31 flights took place, with the route taking in aerial views of Elgin, Spey Bay and Lossiemouth.
The event was also supported by the RAF fire service and the coastguard, who showed the families around their equipment.
The families also visited the Morayvia Aviation Centre in Kinloss.
George Mackenzie, the Bader Braves co-ordinator for Moray Flying Club said that he hoped the day would encourage the children to try new things in the future.
He said: “It was wonderful to be able to give all of the ‘Bader Braves’ an exciting and challenging day out with Moray Flying Club.
“Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves, and hopefully we’ve shown the children that they can try new things, and maybe think about other challenges they’d like to take on.”
Children from across Moray took part in the event, with others from further afield also taking part.