The 2019 Aerospace Media Awards were presented in Paris at the Aero Club de France on 16th June - The 2020 Aerospace Media Awards will be presented in London on 19th July
THE 2019 AEROSPACE MEDIA AWARDS -
Call for Nominations
The Aerospace Media Awards have been created to honour individuals and publishers who have made a significant contribution to aerospace publishing.
Journalists, publications and industry executives are welcome to send in nominations for the 2019 Aerospace Media Awards. These are a distinct set of awards celebrating the very best in aviation journalism and publishing. There are no restrictions on nominations, nominees for the journalism award categories can be nominated by third parties or a self-nomination. All nominations should be for work published between March 2018 and March 2019, closing deadline for nominations is Friday 22nd March 2019.
In a new innovation for 2019 journalists are invited to send in their nominations for the Best Aerospace Communications Executive. Simply name the person who you believe to be the best in this sector of aerospace communications. All nominations for this category should be from journalists.
The 2019 Aerospace Media Awards features some new categories including Awards for Propulsion, MRO and UAV submissions. There is also a new Award to give recognition to journalists who may be too young for a lifetime achievement Award but who have made exceptional achievements in the last year.
The 2019 Award Categories are as follows;
Best Young Journalist – nominees should be 35 years of age or under by close of nominations – sponsored by NAMMO
Best Aviation Image - sponsored by Dassault Aviation
The Best Safety, Training & Simulation Submission – sponsored by CAE
The Best Rotorcraft submission – available to sponsor
The Best Propulsion submission – available for sponsorship
The Best Business Aviation Submission – sponsored by Gulfstream
The Best Military Aviation submission - sponsored by Lockheed Martin
The Best Aerospace & Defence Business submission – sponsored by Honeywell
This category is for articles about the business of aviation and defence and therefore can include interviews, analysis, comment, and reviews of business transactions and industry developments
The Innovation in Aerospace Journalism & Publishing Award– sponsored by Collins Aerospace
This category is for Journalists to demonstarte new and innovative ways in which reports have been created, published and circulated.
Best UAV/Un-Manned Systems submission – available for sponsorship
The Best Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul (MRO) submission – sponsored by AAR
Best International Publication – available for sponsorship
Best In-depth Aviation Feature - sponsored by Rolls-Royce
The Bill Gunston Technology Writer Of The Year Award – sponsored by Boeing
The Aerospace Reporter of the Year - Special recognition for outstanding work – sponsored by Dassault Aviation
The criteria for this Award are to recognise a journalist who has excelled in aviation reporting during the last 12 months. Nominees should demonstrate how their work delivers the most informative and engaging articles that raise the bar with clear, impactful, quality journalism.
Lifetime Achievement Award – Recognising a lifetime contribution of exceptional Aerospace Journalism - sponsored by Lockheed Martin
How to make a nomination
Please submit your entries in the following way:
Name of nominee
Title of article or publication being nominated including date of publication
Key reasons for nomination – no more than 100 words, please explain why the person, article or publication you are nominating deserves to be recognised.
Please include and attach articles and supporting documents as pdf or word files
If submitting online articles please convert and send as pdf files, this ensures that all nominations will be judged on an equal basis.
Please submit all nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for confirmation of receipt
Nominations are limited to 1 entry per category, in the event of a nominee being nominated twice for the same category the nominee will be asked for their preference as to which nomination goes forward for judging. The reason to limiting nominations to one per category is two fold. Firstly, it is to ensure the judges are presented with the very best work. Secondly on previous occasions, when two nominations per category were allowed, this sometimes resulted in the judges votes being split between the two nominations and the nominee losing out when the scores were added up.
Deadline for Nominations
The closing date for nominations is Friday 22nd March 2019
The Aerospace Media Awards will be presented during the Aerospace Media Dinner on the evening of 16th June at the Aero Club de France, Paris. The evening starts at 6pm with a networking cocktail reception.