Prince Charles to open Aerospace Global Forum

Prince Charles will be virtually opening the inaugural Aerospace Global Forum (AGF), taking place in tandem with the Farnborough International Airshow, 18-22 July.

With an unrelenting focus on the sustainable and intelligent future of the aerospace industry and its wider ecosystem, AGF is a global platform that aims to champion change and drive immediate action, accelerating transition to the new, net-zero economy.

The Prince of Wales will be welcoming global industry leaders, chief executives, government, climate change experts and aerospace professional to the forum, which will see pioneers discuss and debate future-focused topics and sharing best practices and insights across seven core themes: space, future flight, security, sustainability, innovation, future workforce and financing the future on the main stage.

AGF provides an opportunity for professionals and experts from all corners of the aerospace, finance, security, space, academia, and technology sectors, all with the unified purpose to drive actionable change and accelerate transition to net zero, to convene and take the step as a global ecosystem.

The Aerospace Global Forum opens on Monday 18th July at 11am.

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