Winner of a de Havilland Educational Trust flying award successfully completes Tiger Moth conversion.
The de Havilland Educational Trust has appointed Mr Ian Oliver as its new Chairman
The year 2015 marks a decade since DHET was founded and we are currently undertaking a strategic review with the aim of relaunching a new and exciting programme of vintage aircraft training and education opportunities in 2016.
Dan Seagrave, winner of a Fiona McKay Flying Bursary in 2014, received the de Havilland Moth Club's John Cunningham Trophy at the club's awards ceremony at Woburn Abbey in August this year.
The Trust recently sponsored a new Ground Handling Course at the de Havilland Moth Club's annual Moth Flying Forum at RAF Henlow in Bedfordshire.
DHET is pleased to report on Annabelle Burroughes who is the first recipient of an Amy Johnson Engineering Bursary and who has recently attended a Gipsy engine Maintenance Course at Deltair funded by DHET.