Was the legendary and courageous 1943 RAF Dambusters Raid a ‘strategic success or a conjuring trick’? The RAeS Air Power Group provides a report on a recent academic debate on the effectiveness of Operation CHASTISE.
After missing out in India’s MMRCA contest, a combination of private funding, demanding export customers and high-level political backing means Eurofighter Typhoon is now set to unlock its true multi-role potential. Analysis
Inspiring Excellence – A report on the highlights from the RAeS Women in Aviation and Aerospace Conference hosted by Rolls-Royce on 2 November.
An update on MBDA’s new Meteor long range air-to-air missile, together with its new precision SPEAR weapon programme.
The iconic Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter has turned 50. A report on the heavy lift chopper that just goes on and on.
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
An updated preview of what to look forward to at this year’s Farnborough Air Show on 9-15 July
Just launched is a new aerospace podcast Aviation Xtended, with Aerospace International Editor Tim Robinson as one of the regular presenters.
Is the European combat aircraft industry set for inevitable decline in the post-Eurofighter, Rafale and Gripen era? Hard hitting analysis of a looming crisis.
Professor Keith Hayward, RAeS Head of Research provides expert comment and analysis on the UK Governments ’s decision to revert to the STOVL variant of the F-35 stealth fighter.
The staging of the 2012 Olympic Games in London this summer will have major implications for airports and airspace users – an in-depth report
This week, Aerospace International Editor Tim Robinson was one of the special guests in the Across the Pond segment on one of the web’s most popular aviation podcasts, Airplane Geeks, to discuss the roll-out of the nEUROn UCAV, the RAF buying second-hand BAe146s and the controversial Thames Estuary airport plan.
On the eve of the Airbus A400M’s Type Certification, an exclusive interview with Ed Strongman, Chief Test Pilot, Airbus Military on the ‘Grizzly’ flight test programme.
This week, Aerospace International Editor Tim Robinson was one of the special guests in the Across the Pond segement on one of the web’s most popular aviation podcasts, Airplane Geeks, to discuss the implications of the air campaign in Libya and Kazahkstan’s fast growing flag carrier Air Astana.