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Meet the Miss Demeanour pilot at Echo book signing
9:21am Wednesday 28th August 2013 in News
THE pilot of one of the most popular aircraft at the Bournemouth Air Festival will be signing copies of the Echo’s spectacular book today.
Jonathon Whaley, who flies the Miss Demeanour Hunter Jet, is pulling on his flying suit and spending time meeting fans at the Daily Echo stand at Pier Approach, as the festival launches.
Mr Whaley has written the foreword to the book – which charts the five years of the event - and he told the Echo: “It’s great to be back for what is an absolutely fantastic show. I am really looking forward to it.
“All the pilots love coming here.”
Group Editor of the Daily Echo and Dorset Echo, Toby Granville, said: “We are delighted that Jonathon has agreed to come and sign the book which is a fantastic record of this incredible event.”
You can meet Jonathon from 12 noon onwards.
Copies of the Daily Echo’s Air Festival book and the festival brochure have been flying off the shelves in the lead-up to this year’s event.
With the action kicking off at Bournemouth Seafront, the Daily Echo’s Bournemouth Air Festival: A Photographic Celebration of the First Five Years is the perfect souvenir of the event so far.
The 176-page hardback book, which can be purchased for £15.95 per copy and is sponsored by Castle Cameras, features a year-by-year account of what is a highlight in the Bournemouth calendar.
Meanwhile the 72-page colour brochure, also produced by the Daily Echo with Bournemouth Tourism, offers a superb account of each of the four days of events for 2013.
You can save £1.95 by purchasing the book and brochure together for just £20 at the Daily Echo stand
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