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Flyer Live Seminars

Flyer Live Seminars

The Flyer Live web site has published the Seminar Programme for both days of the show. Reproduced below or follow this link.

FLYER Live is thrilled to once again host the BMAA’s Annual General Meeting, which will take place at 1300 on Saturday 28 November, in the Pattingham Suite.

Saturday 28 November

11:00 – Paul Hendry Smith 

12:00 – Dr Simon Keeling  

14:00 – Paul Catanach – ‘Gone Bush’: An irreverent and (at least partly) true account of his early flying career as a bush pilot in the Australian Outback

15:00 – Lee Moore, Pilot Aware – Find out more about the development of a Low cost Traffic Awareness System (TAS), available to pilots in the UK.

16:00 – Malcolm Bird – Engineering your e-Go: Working with composite materials and engine management technologies at e-Go aeroplanes

Sunday 29 November 

11.00 – Dr Bill Brooks 

12:00 – CAA/Mark Shortman – Experimental aircraft testing – ‘E-conditions’ explained

13.00 – David Bremner – Why we built the Bristol Scout: the story behind this remarkable build

14.30 – Jamie Murray – My USA Flying Adventure: The challenges and thrills of flying GA state-side

15.00 – Paul Catanach – ‘Gone Bush’: An irreverent and (at least partly) true account of his early flying career as a bush pilot in the Australian Outback




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