The Young Aviators’ Dinner is back!
We are pleased to announce that the 2022 dinner will take place on Saturday 9th April 2022 at the Royal Air Force Club, Piccadilly, London.
Jointly hosted by the Air League and the Honourable Company of Air Pilots, the 2022 dinner has a continued interest to inspire and support young members from any background in the UK to pursue a career as a military or civilian pilot, or similar roles within the UK’s aviation and aerospace industries.
The dinner is a unique event for those looking at a career within aviation and aerospace and gives members of both organisations the opportunity to network and meet airline and military recruiters and representatives. We will welcome recruitment and flight operation representatives from various airlines and the military.
The evening will commence at 7.00pm with a welcome reception in the Churchill Bar, followed by a three-course dinner in the Sovereigns’ room
Dress: Lounge Suit or Cocktail Dress
Captain David Morgan, Director of Flight Operations for easyJet has confirmed his attendance as our guest speaker.
Captain David Morgan is Director of Flight Operations for easyJet. He and his team are responsible for the safe, efficient, and sustainable operation of the airline’s flights across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East in an increasingly complex and challenging environment.
David is also leading easyJet’s work to support the development of promising new technologies for zero-emission aircraft, including hydrogen-electric and hydrogen propulsion technologies. This includes partnerships with aerospace companies including Airbus on a joint research project on electric, hybrid-electric and hydrogen aircraft. Previously, David has worked as Chief Flight Operations Officer at Wizz Air and has also held the positions of Chief Pilot and Fleet Captain during his time at the airline.
He began his work in aviation in the armed forces of the United Kingdom and Australia and his career has taken him around the world including five years as a management pilot at the iconic Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia and five years for BAE Systems in Saudi Arabia. David is also a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.