Sir Maurice Flanagan Lecture 2017- Are pilots a declining breed?
Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton, President of the Royal Aeronautical Society, is coming to Dubai to deliver the second Sir Maurice Flanagan Lecture for RAeS UAE.
Sir Dalton will talk about the future of airline pilots- will we have a single pilot, or even no pilot flying in the near future; or will pilots remain integral to the airline industry?
This event forms a part of the RAeS UAE Professional Development Program Protected content .
Admission is free and open to all those who are interested in the topic, no pre-registration is required.
About the speaker
Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton joined the Royal Air Force in Protected content graduating with an honours degree in Aeronautical Engineering from Bath University.His early career was spent as a frontline pilot on the Jaguar and Tornado aircraft and culminated in him commanding No 13 Squadron. He was appointed a Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath (KCB) in Protected content advanced to Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (GCB) in Protected content . Air Chief Marshal Sir Stephen Dalton was sworn into office in the Royal Court on Monday 13th March Protected content the start of his 5 year term of office as Lieutenant Governor of Jersey.
On the 11th May Protected content , Air Chief Marshall Sir Stephen Dalton became President of The Royal Aeronautical Society for a one year fixed term position. Much of his career has involved the leadership of major change programmes in high profile positions and across major multi-departmental projects within government working on high-level international programmes with professional bodies, major industry partners and overseas organisations and governments
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