November 29, 2023 By Helicopters Staff
Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame (CAHF) has named six leaders in aviation and aerospace as the inductees for its 2024 class.
The 2024 induction will include:
- Neil Garfield Armstrong, for his contributions to the intersection of critical care and flight.
- John Binder, for his contributions to aviation business and maintenance, spanning over five decades.
- Mary Cameron-Kelly, in recognition of her pioneering work as a female aviator, including as a trailblazing pilot with 8600+ Aurora hours, and her 42 years of military service.
- Ken Money, for his work as an astronaut and scientist which significantly advanced both aerospace medicine and Canada’s space program.
- Robert and Tommy Wong, for their perseverance and business acumen in promoting and building early aviation in Canada.
The six will be formally inducted at CAHF’s annual ceremony, scheduled for Sept. 14, 2024 at the Sheraton Airport Hotel & Conference Centre in Toronto.
Founded in 1973, CAHF is a not-for-profit organization that recognizes and honours individuals and organizations for making outstanding contributions to Canadian aviation.