Black Tie Debate and Dinner (1)

12 January 2016

Royal Aeronautical Society

2100

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The opening event in the Royal Aeronautical Society's 150th Anniversary celebrations will be the Black Tie Debate and Dinner.

The debate will focus on the motion, "This House believes there will be no need for pilots 40 years from now”, which aims to encapsulate a subject of vital future interest to all involved in aviation and aerospace.

Speakers:

Compere: Jeremy Vine



Opposing the Motion:

Andrew Haines FRAeS, Chief Executive, Civil Aviation Authority

Jim McAuslan, General Secretary, BALPA

Dr Chris Browne FRAeS, Chief Operating Officer, TUI Group 

Supporting the Motion

Dr Andrew Tyler FRAeS, Chief Executive UK & Europe, Northrop Grumman

Tom Captain, Vice Chairman, Principal, Aerospace & Defense National Sector Leader, Deloitte LLP

Chris Allam, Engineering and Programme Management Director, BAE Systems

The debate will be followed by a Black Tie Dinner at RAeS HQ. 

Sponsor





Dress Code

Black Tie

 

Booking Options and Prices

Tickets for the dinner are now SOLD OUT. 

 

Debate and Reception (No dinner) Ticket: £25.00 + VAT = £30.00 per person. (Limited number available)

 

Debate only: Free (limited number available)

 

Hotel Accommodation

The Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel offers preferential 'Executive Club' rates to Royal Aeronautical Society guests, starting at £264 + VAT for a double room.  To make a reservation, tel: +44 (0)20 7958 7729 or email: bookch@rchmail.com.

 

Alternatively, please click here for details of other hotels close to the venue.

 

Contact

Richard Nicholl, Head of Conferences

T: +44 (0)20 7670 4372

E: richard.nicholl@aerosociety.com

 

 

 

Location Details

Royal Aeronautical Society