If you’d like to attend the UCL/Croydon airport academic symposium on 16th April, from 10:00 till 17:30, you can buy tickets now. Booking closes 11th April.
Flying through the 30s: Air travel and interwar Britain is a one day event featuring fourteen talks on aspects of aviation in the thirties, ranging from the careers of aviation pioneers, through discussions of gender & national identity, and the novelists’ view of aviation.
A tour of the Croydon Airport and Museum is included, along with a three-course lunch.
We’ll be there with some of Geoffrey’s archive material, plus books for sale.
Check the programme at the Flying Through The Thirties website
Picture of Hengist, a Heracles class biplane, is from Croydon Airport Society via the event website.