An interesting insight into the increasing use of technology within aviation and whether it is good, bad or indifferent for the passenger. Our speaker will also focus on some of the security issues surrounding modern aviation. as well as a look into some of the recent technical problems the industry has faced such as the Boeing B737 MAX aircraft and the race to come up with a solution.



Speaker: Paul Constable




Speaker Bio:


Paul is currently the EASA part 147 Training and Compliance Manager for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering degree course at the University of South Wales and has over 30 years’ experience, including over a decade with the RAF and has worked in, on and around a wide variety of aircraft. His discipline within aviation is primarily electrical engineering and as an avionic technician.



Refreshments and networking from 5.30pm


After the talk, participants will be given a short tour of the University’s aircraft hangars.


Talk is open to both members and non-members.


Parking is available in the main pay and display carpark opposite the campus.



The Good, the Bad & the Indifferent: the Future of Aviation Tech - South Wales Branch
Date and time
Thursday 14 November, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
University of South Wales
J Block - Treforest Campus
CF37 1DL
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