Alan Lovejoy has given over 30 years and many thousands of hours voluntary service to the Popular Flying Association and Light Aircraft Association, and he has also been involved in vintage aircraft restoration. While working for Dan-Air, he helped with conserving two classic airliners which are now preserved at Duxford. He has also been involved in restoring some war-birds and vintage light aircraft, including a Piper Cub which he still owns. He was a long-serving Co-ordinator of the PFA Andover Strut and helped to establish the airfield at Popham. He served on the PFA Executive Committee for six years. Alan's biggest contribution has been many years on the management team of the annual PFA National Rally, taking responsibility for a variety of tasks associated with two major work areas, catering and camping. This became the biggest such event outside the USA, attended by up to 1,800 aircraft and 13,000 people.
RAeC Silver Medal
Light Aircraft Association