NEW YORK, May 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Making this a landmark day in the history of aviation, The Wings Club, the premiere aviation club in the world, celebrates its 65th year with a luncheon to welcome all living past Club Presidents (thirteen of whom are confirmed to attend) and honor their contributions over the years to both the Club and the Aviation industry. Delivering the keynote address is Joe Sutter, engineering leader of the development team of Boeing's 747, who will deliver a 'Sight' Lecture entitled, "The Boeing 747: Definition of a Champion" to continue the Club's lecture series. The Wings Club has been based in Manhattan for the entirety of its existence, so this day also marks the Club's 65th year in the city. WHAT: The Wings Club 65th Anniversary Luncheon WHEN: Tuesday, May 15, 2007 - 11:45AM to 2PM; Lunch and Speakers begin at 12:30PM WHERE: The Yale Club 50 Vanderbilt Avenue For Access to the Event, Media Must RSVP to Donna Jannine at 212-956-5900 or Donna@adams-pr.com The Wings Club, founded in 1942, is the premiere aviation club in the world. Dedicated to preserve the history and traditions of aviation, the Club provides a forum for discussion and debate on aeronautical and aviation issues. The Wings Club serves nearly 1,200 members including industry leaders, pilots, professionals in related service organizations and students of aviation. For more information on The Wings Club please call 212-867-1770, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.wingsclub.org.
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