Professor Keith Hayward, Head of Research RAeS comments on the recent news of £2bn investment boost to the UK aerospace sector.
Converting passenger airliners into cargo aircraft can be a costly and time consuming business. However, LCF Conversions is marketing an innovative low-cost option that could provide a competitive alternative to conventional P2F conversions – report.
A series of highly public problems, including a global grounding, has stricken Boeing’s flagship 787 Dreamliner. Is this simply teething troubles or indications of deeper flaws? Analysis.
Inspiring Excellence – A report on the highlights from the RAeS Women in Aviation and Aerospace Conference hosted by Rolls-Royce on 2 November.
Will the new UK £60m Centre for Aerodynamics help safeguard Britain’s long term status as a global player in aerospace? Analysis and insight.
Will the airliner of the future be able to sense if the pilot is drifting off to sleep and wake them up? A fascinating glimpse into Airbus’ thinking for future airliner flight decks and the forthcoming A350XWB.
The Seventh International Flight Crew Training Conference saw the Royal Aeronautical Society take centre stage in global efforts to update pilot training. A report on the RAeS’s key role in co-ordinating next-generation pilot training initiatives.
Professor Keith Hayward, the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Head of Research provides analysis and insight of the latest Top 100 aerospace companies survey from PwC/Flight International.
As Airbus launches its Smarter Skies future concept for airline flight in 2050, we ask will it grab people’s attention?
Professor Keith Hayward, the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Head of Research offers commentary on the news of a possible merger between BAE Systems and EADS to create a new giant aerospace and defence industrial grouping.
Is the aerospace sector doing all that it can to promote STEM subjects as a gateway into the exciting world of aviation and space? Or can more be done?
A report on progress in green e-taxiing technology for airliners – promising fuel savings for airlines while aircraft are still on the ground.
Analysis and summary of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July, including the Futures Day.
A report of the highlights from the fourth and final trade day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
A report of the highlights from the third day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
A report of the highlights from the second day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
A report of the highlights from the first day of the 2012 Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July