On Wednesday 21 May, the Royal Aeronautical Society and the www.CareersinAerospace.com team, will support the Air League and other aviation organisations as they descend on the Houses of Parliament to highlight to politicians and industry stakeholders the social benefits of youth access to aviation and the vital connection such activities have with the future prosperity of the UK’s aerospace industry.
As the 100th anniversary of the birth of Britain’s most famous aviatrix, Amy Johnson, approaches, the Royal Aeronautical Society will see the inauguration of its first female President, Jenny Body OBE FRAeS.
Giovanni Bisignani FRAeS, former CEO of IATA, will return to the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Headquarters at No.4 Hamilton Place to launch his new book.
The Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to be supporting the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust ‘Wing Appeal’ as Past President, Tony Edwards FRAeS, hosts this charity fundraising evening.
The Royal Aeronautical Society has signed a Concordat, led by the Royal Academy of Engineering, to work towards increasing diversity within the profession of engineering.
The Society regularly supports other industry events as part of our mission to share and disseminate learned and specialist knowledge. We are pleased to support HiPerNano 2013.
The Royal Aeronautical Society has launched a new category of membership specifically for Apprentices, aimed at ensuring they receive professional recognition and appropriate career development opportunities.
The Society is pleased to support the Engineering Professors’ Council (EPC) annual Congress will be hosted by the University of Portsmouth on 16 and 17 April and will be taking “Engineering in Higher Education: Investing for Impact” as the key theme.
The Royal Aeronautical Society has teamed up with government and industry to run a competition to fund 500 Masters Degrees in Aerospace Engineering.
The Society is pleased to welcome a new Head of Conferences, Matt Stubbs, who joins the Society on 11 February.
David Marshall FRAeS, Past President of the Royal Aeronautical Society, was elected as the CEAS President for 2013 at their recent Board of Trustees Meeting held in Bucharest, Romania.
The 2012 Young Persons Conference took place at the RAeS HQ on Friday 23 November, bringing together Young Members from across the industry.
The Society continues to play a leading role in bringing together international stakeholders from across all areas of the global training sector as demonstrated at the recent 8th Annual International Flight Crew Training Conference.
The Young Persons Conference is an annual event arranged by the Royal Aeronautical Society’s Young Persons Board and held at its headquarters at No.4 Hamilton Place, London. This year’s Conference will be held on Friday 23 November 2012. The daylong event aims to inspire people who are currently studying an aerospace or engineering related course or who are in the early stages of their careers in the aerospace sector.
Marion C. Blakey, Chief Executive and CEO of the Aerospace Industries Association presented this year’s Amy Johnson Lecture at the Royal Aeronautical Society looking at the role of the United States and the United Kingdom as defenders of Western values, promulgators of commerce, and exporters of security.