Captain Andy Mills
Andy has been involved in aviation all of his adult life right up until retirement from British Airways in 2004, when he ended his career with the airline having become a Route Training Captain on Concorde.
Captain Mike Bannister
Mike was involved with Concorde for most of his airline career, starting in 1977 when he became
the youngest Concorde First Officer, right through to 2003 when he was the Chief Pilot
Pete started his lecturing career in 2001 whilst still working for British Airways, after being tasked by the Concorde Fleet management to put together a programme of talks
on Concorde that selected members of the Concorde fleet would be giving on certain cruise lines.
Ian Kirby - Senior Flight Engineer
Ian has been involved with Concorde since 1963 when he was involved in high-speed wind tunnel development of Concorde’s Intake System when he was an apprentice with the British Aircraft Corporation. Ian’s talks on Concorde started in about 1990 when he had amassed many slides and photographs of the aircraft, since converted to high quality digital images.
Mike Hollyer - Senior Flight Engineer
With an aviation career spanning over 45 years, Mike is a very entertaining and engaging speaker who started giving professional talks and lectures whilst still flying Concorde for British Airways. He has talked on several cruise lines, including Silverseas, Seabourne and more recently P&O, where he has acquired a devoted following from ship to ship.
Captain Tim Orchard
Tim began his flying career in 1971. He has flown over 50 types of aircraft and is currently licenced to fly aeroplanes, helicopters, hot air balloons and hot air airships.
Tim is a Display Pilot, a Flight Instructor and a Senior Examiner
Captain John Hutchinson
John was involved with Concorde for many years and as such is considered to be one of the most authoritative and passionate champions of the aircraft. He has given countless talks and lectures on Concorde, as well as other aspects of aviation
Pete is a talented speaker when it comes to delivering first class talks about the love of his 35 year aviation career - Concorde. He has given many such talks around the UK, principally to conferences, local clubs, organisations and charitable organisations.
Tony is a very experienced and passionate speaker on aviation in general and Concorde in particular. Tony has given many such talks to a wide variety of audiences around the world, including air shows (Scotland’s National Museum of Flight; EAA Oshkosh in the USA., etc)
Les combines an extensive knowledge of aviation with an entertaining and popular lecturing style. He is able to draw upon his extensive knowledge of aeronautics from the time he was a Test Pilot in the Royal Air Force right up to flying Concorde with British Airways.