Atlantic Future Forum
28-29 September 2022, New York

Leonardo is participating at the Atlantic Future Forum 2022 (28-29 September) in New York on board the Royal Navy's HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier. The Forum is led by the UK Department for International Trade alongside the UK Ministry of Defence and Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, with the aim of strengthening the trade and economic pillars of the Euro-Atlantic Alliance. It brings together senior politicians, policymakers, military and business leaders, and academia, to examine the new dimensions of international security together with how, importantly, future technology will impact the next decade and beyond.

During the Atlantic Future Forum, Leonardo is showcasing its capability and expertise which puts it among the top ten global players in Aerospace, Defence and Security. Our wide international presence sees us design, develop and manufacture multi-mission rotary and fixed wing aircraft, unmanned platforms, systems and sensors, together with integrated solutions, services and support for the air, land, maritime, space, electro-magnetic and cyber domains.

Leonardo supporting the Royal Navy’s Carrier Strike Group

Leonardo supporting the Royal Navy’s Carrier Strike Group

In 2020, HMS Queen Elizabeth completed a range of training exercises and missions with the US Navy, US Marine Corps and the Royal Netherlands Navy, with a number of these missions employing Leonardo’s world-leading technologies and capabilities.

Carrier Strike Group 21: A Day in the Life of a Field Service Representative

Leonardo supported the UK CSG, which featured Leonardo’s AW159 Wildcat and AW101 Merlin helicopters. Connor Flavell, a Field Service Representative at Leonardo, explains how he supported the AW101 Mk 2 Crowsnest helicopters on-board the CSG’s Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier.

Carrier Strike Group 21: A Day in the Life of a Field Service Representative