Honourable Company of Air Pilots

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HONOURABLE COMPANY OF AIR PILOTS

London Guild
Established: 1956

Arms of Honourable Company of Air Pilots

Official blazon

Arms : Per pale sable and argent, in chief two wings conjoined and in base a roundel, all counterchanged.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, A demi winged lion Or holding in the paws an'antique lamp azure, inflamed proper. Mantled azure, doubled argent.
Supporters: On either side a falcon, wings elevated and addorsed, proper, belied Or, the dexter charged on the breast with a sun in splendour gold, the sinister hooded of the last, plumed sable, and charged on the breast with an estoile irradiated argent (the whole upon a compartment of grass, thereon clouds, proper).
Motto: Per caelum via nostra.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted ion September 28, 1956.

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The motto means : "Our way is through the heavens".


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