Christopher Morley 1. How long have you worked with Wales Air Ambulance? Since January 2021. Wales 2. Have you always wanted to be a pilot? Wales Yes. Wales 3. What does it mean to you to fly for WAA? Wales It is an honour and a privilege to serve the people of Wales again in this role as I did in the mid to late 90’s flying the N.Wales Police helicopter based at Bodelwyddan with Paramedics who volunteered on their days off, prior to there being a dedicated Air Ambulance. Wales 4. If you weren't a pilot, what would you be? Wales If I were not a pilot I would choose a career that I was still able to help people in some way. Wales 5. When and where did you do your training? Wales I started my flying career with an R.A.F. Flying Scholarship whilst still in the sixth form at school in Guildford in 1983. On leaving school I was commissioned in the Army and flew Lynx helicopters in the Europe and the Middle East. Upon leaving the military I flew Police and Air Ambulance helicopters before swapping for the last 22 years to flying airliners (the last 15 years with Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd finishing as a Captain flying the Boeing 747-400). I have spent 15 years flying for the Territorial Army and have always had the desire to return to the best and most rewarding flying of my career, namely Air Ambulance flying. I count myself as extremely fortunate to also be able to return to Wales in this role. Diolch yn fawr.