Universities Day 17 April – book your flight & hangar tour now!

Are you an aviation or engineering student? Would you like to see behind the scenes at Monarch Airlines and Monarch Aircraft Engineering and meet the people that make the UK’s leading leisure airline tick? Well now you can! On Wednesday 17th April, Monarch are hosting our second Universities Event, welcoming air transport, engineering, cabin crew and travel & tourism students from a number of universities and sixth form colleges around the UK.

Monarch aircraft landing

Beginning at our London Luton Airport HQ, you will be given an escorted tour of Monarch Aircraft Engineering and their hangar facilities, engine workshop and component maintenance department, and you will be able to witness the goings-on in Monarch Airlines’ operations room.

Monarch hangar 127 Luton

In the afternoon, a short roundtrip flight, complete with detailed commentary from one of Monarch’s pilots will give you a better understanding about how our Airbus aircraft fly. There will also be the opportunity to visit the flightdeck after arrival back at Luton, and for those interested in a career as cabin crew, we can give you a behind the scenes look in the galley areas.

Monarch Airlines yellow tailfin

The day will be rounded off with a Q & A session with senior personnel from Monarch Airlines and Monarch Aircraft Engineering, providing you with the chance to ask all those airline-related questions that you have.

Monarch Aircraft Engineering Ltd hangar tour Universities Day

There is an £89 charge to attend this event, which is open only to university and sixth form students and staff. For further details of the event and how to book, please click here to email Universities Day event organisers.

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