December 13, 2023

Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame announces 2024 inductees

Jon Robinson

Ken Money (Photo: NASA, CAHF)

Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame named six leaders in aviation and aerospace as the inductees for its 2024 class.

The 2024 induction will include: Neil Garfield Armstrong, for his contributions to the intersection of critical care and flight; John Binder, for his contributions to aviation business and maintenance, spanning over five decades; Mary Cameron-Kelly, in recognition of her pioneering work as a female aviator, including as a trailblazing pilot with 8,600-plus Aurora hours and her 42 years of military service; Ken Money, for his work as an astronaut and scientist which significantly advanced both aerospace medicine and Canada’s space program; and Robert and Tommy Wong, for their perseverance and business acumen in promoting and building early aviation in Canada.

Neil Armstrong (Photo: CAHF)

The six leaders will be formally inducted at Canada’s Aviation Hall of Fame (CAHF) annual ceremony, scheduled for September 14, 2024, at the Sheraton Airport Hotel & Conference Centre in Toronto.

Founded in 1973, CAHF is a not-for-profit organization that recognizes and honours individuals and organizations for making outstanding contributions to Canadian aviation.