Anthony Davis combines his skills and experience as a broadcaster, aviation analyst and private pilot to provide comprehensive analysis for TV, radio and print journalism. He regularly appears on Sky News, Al Jazeera, Channel 5 News, Good Morning Britain, ITV News, MSNBC and CBC. He has written aviation articles for The Telegraph, Washington Post and Daily Mirror. (Click links above to watch video).
Anthony learned to fly at Elstree Aerodrome with Cabair and proudly captained his first solo cross country flight in a Piper Warrior PA-28 on the 28th August 2004.
His knowledge and experience of commercial aviation enabled him to lead the live commentary at the Biggin Hill International Air Show and narrate the worldwide hit television series ‘Planes That Changed The World’ for Smithsonian and ‘Survival In The Skies’ on The Discovery Channel.
Anthony operated and instructed on the official Flight Simulator for the AOPA Pilot Store in London, flying alongside commercial captains and teaching novice pilots. He is a regular VIP guest at the Farnborough International Air Show where he gains an exclusive insight to the future of commercial aviation.
Anthony has travelled on inaugural Airbus A380 flights with both Air France and British Airways. He has flown on over a hundred long haul flights to all corners of the globe on all aircraft types and is an expert on airline safety, routes, fleet, on board services and flight booking.
Anthony is available for broadcast commentary on all aspects of travel and aviation. His analysis is calm, accurate and nontechnical.
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Anthony narrates ‘Planes that Changed the World’.