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Our Victoria scoops award for Ebola and aviation feature

Posted 12 July 2016 · Add Comment

Air Transport editor Victoria Moores scooped a major award at the Aerospace Media dinner at the Royal Aeronautical Society headquarters in London.


Her story on Brussels Airlines on ‘Flying in the face of fear’ about the Euroepan airline continuing to support routes to West Africa through the height of the ebola crisis, won the best in-depth feature in the competition against top international publications.
“It was a great surprise and I was very excited,” said Moores.
African Aerospace had a second feature among the commended shortlist – an in-depth report on Rwanda’s aviation activities by Ella Nethersole and Alan Peaford.
 

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