PRESS RELEASE: The Royal Aeronautical Society endorses new Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering – a major publishing initiative to establish a high quality, print and online reference in this complex and demanding field.
PRESS RELEASE: The Royal Aeronautical Society gives Young People the chance to meet an Astronaut – Seeking media partners.
PRESS RELEASE: The Royal Aeronautical Society continues to grow its online presence thanks to the support of the latest new RAeS corporate partner member – Specialist Technology Aerospace Group (STAG Aerospace).
PRESS RELEASE: The Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to announce its new streamlined route to Chartered Engineer (CEng) registration for engineering professionals in the armed forces.
PRESS RELEASE: Dame Deirdre Hutton, the first woman to chair the Civil Aviation Authority, is to be the Keynote Speaker at the Royal Aeronautical Society’s 4th Women in Aviation and Aerospace Conference on Friday October 15.
PRESS RELEASE: Bill Read, Features Editor of Aerospace International magazine wins Aviation Journalist of the Year Awards (AJOYA)
Press Release: The world’s oldest aviation institution is proving yet again that is at the forefront of innovation by launching a series of digital activities at Farnborough 2010.
Aerospace International Features Editor Bill Read, nominated for two prestigious Aerospace Journalist of the Year Awards – in the Propulsion Category, for his article “Power Plants” and the Systems and Technology Category for his article “Small is Beautiful”.
Royal Aeronautical Society 2009 Written Paper prizes awarded. Presentation to be held on 24 June 2010 at 4 Hamilton Place, W1 London.
Channel 4 TV documentary – Fighting The Red Baron advanced screening to be held at The Royal Aeronautical Society’s No.4 Hamilton Place Headquarters.
Press Release: The Royal Aeronautical Society elects new President at 145th Annual General Meeting – 20 May
British born astronaut takes RAeS medal on final flight of Space Shuttle Atlantis – 14 May
The Royal Aeronautical Society was honoured when HRH Lt Gen Abdulrahman bin Fahad Al-Faisal, Commander Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) visited the Society’s London headquarters, No 4 Hamilton Place.
The final presentations highlighted the contrast between the enormous potential for future wealth creation, exports and high-tech employment that could be generated in the UK aerospace sector with the warning that this could be put at risk if an incoming government ignored the need to adopt a more strategic investment agenda.
Press Release: experts issued a stark warning – “The UK aerospace industry needs more investment in research and development in order to survive”.