Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Campbell's giant leap for mankind

By Tom Moseley

Published 19/09/2012

The timing of Willie Walsh's appearance before the Northern Ireland committee was switched at the last minute, reportedly because the BA supremo was attendiNg a function to honour late moonwalker Neil Armstrong.

The great astronaut is the subject of a Commons motion, tabled by the DUP's Gregory Campbell (right), noting that his roots can be traced back to Northern Ireland in Fermanagh and Londonderry.

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