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Celebrating 150 years
Join with us in 2016 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Royal Aeronautical Society
Delivering the Dream
Click here to order this commemorative book celebrating aeronautical innovation during the Society's 150 year history
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Aviation Book Fair
19 September 2016
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• Promoting the highest professional standards in all aerospace disciplines
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• Playing a leading role in influencing opinion on diverse aerospace matters
Whether you are a Society member, industry participant or enthusiast, we have a wealth of information to keep you updated on current industry and Society news, as well as latest technologies and topical debates. Our blogs, magazines, journals, papers and podcasts between them cover all aspects of the aviation and aerospace community.
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The National Aerospace Library is one of the Society's oldest assets, and is constantly growing. Explore our catalogue, read our book reviews and even adopt a book.
23 September 2016
Jonathan Axford, RAeS Careers and Outreach Officer explains how the 150th anniversary celebrations are inspiring new generations
The 2nd September saw the Young Person’s annual conference take place. Over 140 young aerospace professionals gathered early for a full day of activities. The theme for the day was all about ‘Stepping up to Management’ and the aim was to deliver quality content to develop the young professionals in ...
On 17 September, the UK’s Cranfield University celebrated its 70th anniversary with a special Open Doors event and a Festival of Flight. TIM ROBINSON finds out how this beacon of aviation and aeronautics education and research is aiming for the next 70 years.
22 September 2016
By RAeS Careers
Careers in Aerospace LIVE is the UK's Autumn recruitment fair dedicated to aerospace and aviation. We are delighted to confirm more exhibitors and hope you can join us for this fantastic opportunity for employers and training providers from aerospace and aviation to meet like-minded individuals.
20 September 2016
A team of engineering students at the University of Southampton is testing a new wingsuit design with which they hope to break all existing world records for height, speed and distance with a jump from over 45,000ft. BILL READ, FRAeS reports
16 September 2016
By Conferences and Events
Who carries the Bag? Have you thought about how much easier your journey to or from the airport might be if you did not have to juggle your luggage?
Leslie Bedford Lecture & Dinner
The Flight Simulation Group will be holding their Capt Ray Jones Memorial Lecture on 27th September 2016. This lecture will be given by Stéphane Clément, Director of Safety and Regulatory Affairs, CAE Inc. More details will follow shortly.
The Annual International Flight Crew Training Conference is a premier event in the Royal Aeronautical Society’s annual calendar.