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Royal Aero Club Awards for 2022


The Royal Aero Club Awards for 2022 have been decided and full details can be found here: AWARDS SUMMARY 2022 (1) The Awards will be presented at the RAF Club, Piccadilly, on Thursday... Read More

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On May 13th 2023, Johnny's new Dambusters film "Attack on Sorpe Dam" will be premiered in the Auditorium of the Bristol Aquarium, Anchor Road, BS1 5TT.The event will last two hours and feature a one hour main feature film and a 15 minute featurette film including the making of and highlights from the film project (including the helicopter flight over the Derwent dam). There will also be a Q+A session with the Director and other members of the production team.More information about the film can be found on the website below:attackonsorpedam.comTickets are available on ... See MoreSee Less
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LAA Appoints New CEO“This is my dream role and I can’t wait to get started!”Simon Tilling has been appointed as the new CEO of the Light Aircraft Association. He will start in his new role in mid-April. Simon brings to the Association a wealth of leadership, general management and customer service experience gained in the technology sector including ‘blue chip’ brands such as Dell and Sony, together with a passion for sport and recreational aviation.Simon is an experienced pilot who has owned various LAA types, including one of the UK’s oldest Taylorcraft Auster aircraft. He’s also a former British Air Racing champion and was from 2020 to 2022 the chairman of the Royal Aero Club ‘3Rs’ committee for races, records and rallies, during which time he regenerated the appeal of air racing to new participants.Eryl Smith, Chairman of the LAA said “I am delighted to announce Simon’s appointment as CEO of the LAA and look forward to working with him to further improve the performance and standing of the Association on behalf of our members.” ... See MoreSee Less
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Excellent news from FAI. Congratulations to Alicia!!The 2 ballooning world records set by Alicia Hempleman-Adams (GBR) last November have been ratified by FAI. Congratulations 👏👏👏 Sub-class: AX-04 *Distance: 301,9 km* *Duration: 7h 40m 30s* Date: 22 Nov 2022 More info👉📸 Johnny GreenFAI Ballooning ... See MoreSee Less
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