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Article from BTNews 18 APRIL 2016

Aviation Club news

Members of the Aviation Club of the United Kingdom are reminded that the annual general meeting takes place at 11:00 at the Institute of Directors in London on Thursday 28 April followed by the usual lunch. Andrew Swaffield, CEO of Monarch Airlines, is the guest speaker.

The AGM also features elections for membership of the club committee for the next 12 months. Details can be found on the club website of the nominations for the six places available. BTN editor-in-chief Malcolm Ginsberg is standing and if elected would become the only press representative on the committee. Voting is open until the day before the AGM and for the first time members can make their choice on-line. BTN continues to promote the club, now established for more than 20 years, as a non-partisan gathering of the great and good involved with civil aviation.

Andrew Swaffield joined Monarch in March 2014 from the Avios Group. He has more than 25 years’ management experience in travel including terms with Thomas Cook and British Airways. At BA, he headed UK leisure sales, as well as running the airline’s travel agency and tour operating subsidiaries.

At Monarch, he has very much changed the direction of the airline, pulling out of long-haul operations and taking on the so-called low-cost airlines with Monarch's own style of product.   www.aviationclub.org.uk

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