The Duke of Sussex is set to be inducted into the Living Legends of Aviation Hall of Fame at the 21st annual ceremony next Friday.
The Living Legends of Aviation Awards will honour “those who have made significant contributions to aviation/aerospace”.
Prince Harry is a former British Army helicopter pilot and served in Afghanistan twice over a 10-year military career.
A statement on the event’s website said: “Prince Harry is a humanitarian, military veteran, mental wellness advocate and environmentalist.
“He has dedicated his life to advancing causes that he is passionate about and that bring about permanent change for people and places.”
The Duke is among four people who will be inducted as a Living Legend in Beverly Hills next week.
Fellow inductees this year include Navy pilot Fred George, president and CEO of CAE (formerly Canadian Aviation Electronics), Marc Parent, and Steve Hinton, an American aviator who held a world speed record from 1979 to 1989.
Lauren Sánchez will also receive the “Elling Halvorson Vertical Flight Hall of Fame Award”.
The ceremony is being hosted by actor John Travolta.
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