SMi reports: Only two weeks to go until SMi’s 8th Annual Military Flight Training Conference, in London this October.
The highly anticipated Military Flight Training Conference, taking place on the 9th-10th October 2019 in London, will allow delegates to take part in front-line discussions with a view to maximising military flight training capabilities for fast-jet, fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft of the 21st century, addressing critical issues and providing key updates in the world of flight training.
With only four weeks remaining until the event, interested parties are advised to register soon to guarantee a place. Register at http://www.militaryflight-training.com/amrpr.
Delegates will benefit from two days of unrivalled networking opportunities and in-depth presentations covering the most pressing topics today from over 15 expert military and industry speakers, with international representation from the USA, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Canada, Hungary, UK, Sweden and more.
A snapshot of delegates who have already signed up to attend: AATTC, Aircontact Group Sweden AB, Austrian Air Force, Austrian Armed Forces, Babcock Aerospace Ltd, CAE, Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH, Embassy of France, European Defence Agency, French Air Force, GAF Engineering Training Centre, Gelyfan Ltd, General Dynamics Mission Systems, Hungarian Air Force, Inter-European Air Forces Academy, KF Aerospace, Luftwaffe (GAF), NATO AIRCOM, OCCAR-EA, Ocean Software Pty Ltd, Pilatus Aircraft Ltd, Royal Canadian Air Force, Swedish Air Force, The Czech Air Force HQ, Thinke Company Ltd, UAE Military Attaché Office, US Air Force Reserve.
Ahead of this year’s conference, SMi caught up with Colonel Georg von Harling, Commander of the Technical Training Centre, German Air Force to find out what he is most looking forward to about the event. His answer:
“I am very much looking forward to personal discussions and talks with my fellow blue suiters and comrades from the other participating nations. Although the German Air Force has always gained much from its own diversity, the key issue to an overall success has always been the interaction with partner Nations and their Air Forces. Hence, it is my aim to expand and deepen these relationships. In addition to that, I am expectantly looking forward to the various presentations, lectures and discussions.”
For more speaker interviews and the two-day agenda, download the brochure online at http://www.militaryflight-training.com/amrpr.
Sponsors: Diamond Aircraft Industries and Leonardo
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