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The Honourable Company of Air Pilots, formerly the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators (GAPAN), is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London. The Company was founded in 1929, and became a Livery Company in 1956. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II granted Honourable status to the company in February 2014. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, formally presented the royal charter to the master of the company, Tudor Owen, at a banquet held at the London Guildhall on 19 February 2014.
The company ranks eighty-first in the order of precedence of livery companies and fourth in the order of precedence of the modern livery companies. It is unique amongst City Livery Companies in having active regional committees in Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand and North America.
The Company's motto is 'Per Cælum Via Nostra', 'Our Way Is By The Heavens'.
The objectives of the company are:
Note: This information may not be up to date.
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