What do you think the world of flying will look like in 2032?
This is the question that was posed to over 30 young aviators as they spent two action-packed days exploring the future of air travel as part of the Innovation in Aviation school holiday program with Aviation Australia.
As Queensland prepares for the 2032 Olympic Games, we're going to see some big changes in the way people move around our state. With hundreds of thousands of people flying in from around the world, and millions moving around our towns and cities, the aviation industry is already starting to think about how they can best prepare for the increase in visitors to Brisbane, and to Queensland for the Brisbane 2032 games.
As the young people who will be working on, or attending the games, we wanted to challenge participants and get their thoughts on what this future might look like as they designed the cabins of the long-haul aircraft that would get people to Brisbane from around the world, reimagined Brisbane Airport, and explored how we could use drones to move people around our cities.
Over the course of the program, students also had the opportunity to hear from industry speakers, tour the Aviation Australia hangar and aircraft training facilities, and pitch their ideas to members of the Aviation Australia and Aerospace GISP teams.
With students joining us from schools across South-East Queensland, we were blown away by the ideas they generated in such a short period of time, and we loved showing them all the exciting opportunities available to them in the aviation industry.
To find out more about upcoming programs like this one, make sure to check out our upcoming events by heading to: www.bopindustries.com/whats-on
To find out more about the Aerospace Gateway To Industry Schools Program, head to: www.aerospacegatewayschools.com.au
To find our more about Aviation Australia, head to: www.aviationaustralia.aero