3 FEBRUARY 2020

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Article from BTNews 3 FEBRUARY 2020

Johnson's date with BBGA

Sustainability will be in the air for this year’s British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) conference and AGM at the Luton Hoo Hotel complex on 5 March – with politician and TV personality Stanley Johnson as keynote speaker. Booking is now open for the event, which will be followed by the association’s spring golf day on 6 March.

Johnson, former Conservative MP for Wight and Hampshire East, is also an author and has emerged as an expert on environmental and population issues – not to mention being the father of the present prime minister.

With the conference titled 'Flight to Sustainability', the focus will be on both the environmental aspects of the subject for the business and general aviation sector during the morning and business sustainability in the afternoon.

Delegates are promised an "extensive and interesting" mix of speakers to address a range of subjects including future jet fuels, illegal charter and the future sustainability of the UK’s airports and airfields.

The main conference will end with a session headlined by the British Antarctic Survey on how business aviation acts as an enabler for climate change research.

Delegates are asked to book online – go to the website and follow the link to BBGA Conference 2020.

https://bbga.aero

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