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Article from BTNews 11 JANUARY 2021

Aviation Club returns

It’s not all doom and gloom says Aviation Club chairman Karl Brünjes announcing the next Club gathering.  “Our Webinars have proved an astonishing success with guests participating from all around the globe.  The Royal Automobile Club is our home, but it’s great to share the speaker with the world of aviation.  Something to think about for the future.”

The Aviation Club of the UK returns next Thursday (14 January) hosted by the chairman, with Martin Rolfe, CEO NATS, as the guest.  

An informal discussion will cover where we currently stand as an industry and what the future looks like for air traffic – New Year, New Decade, New Challenges.  Martin will also be participating in a question and answer session, so there is plenty of opportunity for audience engagement.

Martin holds a Master’s Degree in Aerospace Systems Engineering from the University of Southampton, his career including spells with the European Space Agency and Lockheed Martin Corporation, where he was managing director of its £350m UK civil business.

Sessions are free to attend and are also open to non-members.

Registration can be made here.

For Club membership visit https://aviationclub.org.uk

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