The Army Flying Museum at Middle Wallop in Hampshire is entering a new relationship with global engineering giant GKN Aerospace
GKN Aerospace is teaming up with the attraction as a corporate partner and has also given its support to the annual fundraiser ‘Wallop Wheels and Wings’. It’s become a major sponsor for next year’s event on Saturday 13 July 2024.
Army Flying Museum chief executive Lucy Johnson, said: “At the Army Flying Museum we are always looking to invite like-minded companies to join us as corporate partners and associate with our brand of courage and innovation. We are delighted to announce our new partnership with GKN Aerospace, who are a real driving force in the defence and aerospace sector and we look forward to a close working relationship with them.”
The company who are committed to developing the engineers of tomorrow will be attending the Museum’s Wallop Wheels and Wings event in 2024 providing hands-on activities in the STEM zone.
Peter Dilnot, CEO GKN Aerospace said: "We are delighted to be joining forces with the Army Flying Museum. GKN Aerospace's history is strongly connected with the development of UK aerospace technology and innovation, and we fully support the museum's dedication to preserving the legacy of British Army Flying. This partnership is a testament to our shared passion for military aviation."