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Air League conducting live Q&A with Major Tim Peake

Posted 29 April 2020 · Add Comment

The Air League is to conduct a live questions and answers (Q&A) session next Monday (4th May) with British astronaut, Major Tim Peake.



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In the first of the Air League's new series of Leaders, Pioneers and Professionals, they will welcome British Army Air Corps officer, European Space Agency astronaut and a former International Space Station crew member, Major Tim Peake in a live Q and A session, with Nick West, Chief Executive of the Air League, on Monday 4th May at 5.00pm (BST).

The Air League is encouraging its young members, those who want to enter a career within the aviation, aerospace and space sectors to submit questions for Major Peake via email: events@airleague.co.uk

 

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