At the Beverly Hilton Hotel, John Travolta hosts the Star-Studed Aviation Awards.
John Travolta, also known as the Official Ambassador of Aviation, presided over the Beverly Hilton Hotel’s 21st Monthly Living Legends Of Aviation Awards. Famous people like Morgan Freeman and Kurt Russell, singer Kenny G, and more than 70 Living Mythology of Aviation joined him, making for an incredible night.
During the night’s holidays, Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, was recognized as a Living Legend. He spent the first ten years of his adult life serving in the British Army, where he participated in two operations to Afghanistan as an Apache helicopter pilot and a forth air joystick.
Prince Harry expressed his gratitude for being included in such a amazing and inspiring group of people. He referred to flying as a transformational experience, an alluring experience that calls for the preservation of flexibility in addition to evoking feelings of independence.
The prominent Elling Halvorson Vertical Flight Hall of Fame Award went to Lauren Sánchez. She founded Black Ops Aviation, a ground-breaking flying drama and manufacturing company, and is well-known for her work in journalism, news anchoring and other fields.
As she accepts the award now, Ms. Sánchez stated that she will continue to serve as an activist and mentor in an effort to open the door for more people in aircraft.
Another award winners included:
The” Lifetime Aviation Industry Leader Award” was given to Mark Burns. In July 2015, Mr. Burns was appointed chairman of Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. He has worked for Gulfstream for more than 35 times.
The” Kenn Ricci Lifetime Aviation Entrepreneur Award” went to Laurans A. Mendelson. The president, president, and CEO of HEICO is Mr. Mendelson.
The” Eren Ozmen Entrepreneur of the Year Award” was given to Kyle Clark. In 2017, Mr. Clark established BETA Technologies, a business energy aircraft company based in Vermont.
The first” Dr. Sam B Williams Technology Award” went to Linden Blue. The Vice Chairman of General Atomics, Mr. Blue, received the annual award from Gregg Williams, President and CEO of Williams International, in honor of his parents.
Lance Toland was awarded the” Freedom of Flight Award.” One of the most well-known titles in aviation insurance globe, Lance Toland Associates, is owned by Mr.
Three other people were inducted as Living Legends in addition to Prince Harry, including:
• Fred George, a well-known aircraft contributor and former Navy captain with over 300 carrier landings.
• American aircraft Steve Hinton, who from 1979 to 1989 set a record for the fastest aircraft in the world. He has worked on about 100 action images and TV productions while flying as a captain for movies.
Marc Parent, President and CEO of CAE, oversaw CEA’s expansion in the commercial and company aircraft, protection, security, and healthcare sectors with modeling products and training and support services.
Singer Jimmy Buffett, Gulfstream professional Larry Flynn, aircraft and navigator Hamish Harding, and professional Treat Williams were also honored by The Legends in the past year. John Travolta hosts the Beverly Hilton Hotel’s Star-Studed Aviation Awards, according to SOURCE: eTurboNews |ETN