Captain James Lovell is visiting London to open the International Aircraft Cabin Air Conference 2017 (aircraftcabinair.com). This dinner is being organised by the Global Cabin Air Quality Executive in partnership with the RAeS.
During his visit to London, the conference organisers are delighted to be able to offer the unique opportunity to attend a very special dinner event at the Royal Aeronautical Society with Captain James Lovell who will be giving a talk.
Limited tickets are available to be booked and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Tickets can be purchased via the link below (for any queries please contact the organisers of the International Aircraft Cabin Air Conference)
Please note: we kindly ask that attendees do not make autograph requests to Captain Lovell - Thank you.
Captain Lovell was selected as an Astronaut by NASA in September 1962. He has logged more than 7,000 hours flying time - over 3,500 hours in jet aircraft - and more than 700 hours in space. Lovell has seen a total of 269 sunrises from space on his Gemini 7 & 12 and Apollo 8 & 13 flights.
Royal Aeronautical Society Headquarters,
No.4 Hamilton Place