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Technical visit

Visit to Air Salvage International

About

The usual format is a 30 minute talk by Mark Gregory, founder and CEO, about the company and the aircraft disassembly market sector in general. This is followed by a walk to Hangar H2 and the apron outside to view aircraft in the disassembly process. 

A short minibus ride to the Belfast site facilitates an understanding of the final stages of disassembly.   

Visitors must be over 16 and Provide their own Hi vis and suitable footwear (no open toed sandals etc).   

There is no charge, but they request that a £10 per head charitable donation is made to Wiltshire Air Ambulance that will contribute towards ASI’s yearly fund raising. This should be done in the form of a cheque made out to Wiltshire Air Ambulance.

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Continuing Professional Development

This event can contribute towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

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08 Aug 2024 

10:30am - 12:30pm

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Organiser

  • Hereford and Worcester Local Network

Speakers

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Mark Gregory

Founder and CEO - Air Salvage International

Mark Gregory founded ASI in 1997 at Cotswold Airport. Mark has developed the Company to include unique abilities to operate anywhere in the world to disassemble aircraft that have sustained damage. ASI were also given the prestigious contract to disassemble two BA Concorde aircraft and reassemble them at their designated museum locations. 

Location

Air Salvage International, Hangar H1,

Cotswold Airport,
Cirencester,
Gloucestershire
GL7 6BA
GB

Access from A433 - RVP2

 

Programme

Start time: 10:30

Expected finish: 12:30

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Registration

Please register to attend

£10