The Wichita Aero Club’s February meeting will feature a panel discussion on “Aviation, the Environment and the Future,” featuring a panel of experts from the Charles A. & Anne Morrow Lindbergh Foundation, moderated by John and Martha King of King Schools.
The panel will discuss the foundation’s work related to aviation, the environment, current trends and innovations. Joining the Kings will be Larry Williams, CEO, BRS Aerospace; John Petersen, Founder, Arlington Institute; Gregg Maryniak, Director, McDonnell Planetarium; Kermit Weeks, Founder, Fantasy of Flight Museum; and David Treinis, Principal, Blacksheep Consultants, LLC.
The meeting is set for Thursday, Feb. 3, at 11:15 a.m. at the Wichita Airport Hilton.
The Wichita Aero Club was founded in October 2008 to foster and promote interest in aviation, provide a forum focused on the industry’s issues and achievements and bring together those “with a passion for flight in an environment that expands and enhances professional relationships and furthers cooperation and understanding.” It currently lists more than 60 corporate and approximately 200 individual members on its rolls. For more information: 316-641-5962, WichitaAeroClub.org