Wing Commander Andy Green, ‘The Fastest man on Earth’, is to be the guest speaker at the Aerospace Media Dinner on 8th July at the Royal Aeronautical Society.
Driving Richard Noble’s Thrust SSC (SuperSonic Car) in 1997, Andy set the world’s first and only supersonic land speed record at an astonishing 763 mph, driving literally ‘faster than a speeding bullet’. Andy is currently preparing to drive the new BLOODHOUND SSC, designed to reach an astonishing 1000 mph, the ultimate Land Speed Record challenge. The BLOODHOUND Project aims to inspire the next generation of young engineers and scientists, while setting the most remarkable Land Speed Record of all time.
As the guest speaker at the Aerospace Media Dinner Andy will tell of the challenges he has faced and just what it takes to become the fastest man on earth. Currently serving as Royal Air Force Fighter Pilot Andy is a veteran of combat theatres around the world. Andy has flown the F4 Phantom, the Tornado F3 and the Harrier ‘Jump Jet’ and has commanded Royal Air Force operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
In addition to his role as guest speaker Andy has kindly agreed to participate in the networking reception prior to the Aerospace Media Dinner and present the Aerospace Media Awards to the winning recipients.
Should you wish to make a nomination for the Aerospace Media Awards get your nomination in at the earliest opportunity, nominations close in just 4 weeks time on 4th May. The Awards celebrate Excellence in Aerospace Publishing and reflect key aspects of aerospace publishing in the 21st century. To make your nomination visit
The Aerospace Media Dinner brings together industry and media for an evening of networking and entertainment in a location that reflects the importance of the evening, the Royal Aeronautical Society, No. 4 Hamilton Place, London. If you would like to attend tickets are available for a table of 10 or on an individual basis, currently there are just 9 tables (90 tickets) available. Contact + 44 1362 860061 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.