Bruce Hales-Dutton’s professional involvement in aviation goes back
a long way. Having started as a newspaper journalist in the 1960s
he became a senior
press officer at the Department of Trade and Industry, a role which involved him in the development of major news stories such as the start of Concorde services
to North America and the debate about London’s third airport.
He has a lifelong interest in motorsports and has written many books including a best selling book about Lewis Hamilton.