On Saturday 28 October the Historic Aircraft Association will be holding its annual symposium at the RAF Museum London (Hendon) – last year’s was a sell-out, so it is a good idea to book early!
On Saturday 28 October the Historic Aircraft Association will be holding its annual symposium at the RAF Museum London (Hendon).
This year’s speakers are Guy Black, relating the story of Aircraft Restoration’s rebuild of the WWI DH.9; Rod Dean, on his many years as an historic aircraft airshow pilot, regulator and Flight Display Director – ‘he has many interesting stories to tell,’ says the HAA; and George Bacon, Manager and Chief Pilot of the Army Historic Flight. There will also be a ‘surprise presentation’ to be announced on ‘unique challenges’.
A magnificent buffet lunch is promised by Lifestyle Catering Ltd– it is not just the quality of the presentations that makes the symposium an event not to be missed!
The cost is £34, £28 to HAA members. Tickets are available online at: https://haa-uk.aero/event/2017-haa-symposium/