On Tuesday 13th February we will have a visit from Ian Whittle, son of the man who has the best claim to have invented the jet engine. This will be a rare opportunity to hear the ‘inside story’ of the man and his team who can be confidently considered to have changed the world.
This talk will be held at 7:15 pm on Tuesday February 13th at Aerospace Bristol in The John James Theatre.
Information on the next scheduled talk can be found by clicking Here
Details of the forthcoming talks program may be found by clicking Here
Information on the earlier talks given under the Bristol Aero Talks banner may be found by clicking Here
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Not an actual event but it was felt that those who interested in the Bristol Aero Talks would also be interested in an update on the work of The Bristol Britannia Preservation Society who have been working diligently at Kemble to restore the external appearance of the last genuine RAF Britannia aircraft XM496 ‘Regulus’. It now looks resplendent in its new paint job. We understand that the Society welcomes members, whether actively working on the machine or more passively as Friends of the aircraft. Full details are on their website (Click Here) including the dates on which the aircraft can be visited.
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