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15 APRIL 2019
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Following the annual general meeting of the Aviation Club of the United Kingdom, the largest alliance of its kind in the world, chairman Karl Brünjes was able to confirm speakers until the end of the year and announce committee membership.
The event, held at the club’s London home, the Institute of Directors in London's Pall Mall, coincided with guest speaker JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes confirming the airline plans to start transatlantic services to London in 2021 (see in this issue).
Speakers for the balance of 2019 are as follows:
· Wednesday 12 June – Paulo Mirpuri, CEO Hi fly
· Thursday 19 September – Paul Griffiths, CEO Dubai Airports
· Thursday 7 November – Oscar Munoz, CEO United Airlines
· Thursday 5 December – Warren East, CEO Rolls-Royce plc
The annual House of Commons reception takes place at 18:30 on Thursday 11 July.
2019 – 2020 Committee (New members shown thus *)
Karl Brunjes (Chairman) – RPK Capital
Donna Ager – Maples & Calder
Michael Blunt (re-elected for second term and deputy chairman – Oneworld)
Irena Badelska – Amedeo *
Nick Fadugba – African Aviation Services Ltd
Arnaud Fiscel – Bank of China
Malcolm Ginsberg – Business Travel News *
Sylvain Gloux – CargoLogic Management
Jeremy Green – Hayward & Green Aviation
Jane Johnston – NATS
James McCarthy – Dynam Aviation
Nigel Milton – Heathrow Airport
Philip tozer-Pennington – Airline Economics *
Clive Richardson – Access Media & Events *
Philip Skinner – AMS Aircraft Services
Jane Thompson – ICF *
Tony Whitty (Treasurer) – Air Partner
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