21 MARCH 2016


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Aerospace Media Awards

There are now just four weeks left to nominate for the 2016 Aerospace Media Awards.

Submissions are completely open and can be self-nominations or for a colleague, journalist, photographer and/or publication that you believe to be worthy of recognition. #####

Rather like the Le Bourget and Farnborough Air Shows the awards evening alternates between Paris and London.  The 2015 Aerospace Media Dinner took place at the Aero Club de France. 

This year there are more categories than ever for individuals to enter including new categories for Best Aerospace & Defence Business submission and also the Best Electronic Systems submission.
The winners of the 2015 Awards were:

Best Young Journalist – sponsored by Liebherr Aerospace & Transportation
Aaron Mehta  Defense News

Best Aviation Image – sponsored by Dassault Aviation
Paul Merritt – Harrier USMC AV8B at the Miramar Air Show

Best Integrated Social Media – sponsored by The Harris Corporation
Runway Girl Network

Best Safety, Training & Simulation Submission – sponsored by CAE
Matt Thurber – The Future of Pilot Training – Aviation International News

Best Business Aviation Submission – sponsored by Gulfstream
Fred George on the Bombardier Learjet 85 – Business & Commercial Aviation

Best Military Aviation Submission – sponsored by Eurofighter Typhoon
Bill Sweetman, Guy Norris, Amy Butler
There’s the Rub: JSF Fire Blamed on Seal Friction – Aviation Week team 

Best International Publication – sponsored by Russian Helicopters
Flight International

Best In-depth Aviation Feature – sponsored by Honeywell
Gareth Jennings Fuelling up: global tanker programmes  increase in range 
Jane’s International Defence Review

The Bill Gunston Technology Writer Of The Year Award – sponsored by Boeing
Geoffrey Thomas The Jet Set – Australian Aviation

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