Working in partnership with the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Society is responsible for awarding up to 500 tuition fee bursaries over the next 3 years.
The Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to announce that Airbus have confirmed their place as one of the lead supporters of IFASD conference and we are pleased to welcome them aboard as the Gala Dinner Sponsors.
Careers and Education Intern Nuvie Ewharekuko’s first task on arriving at the Royal Aeronautical Society was a big one: organise an event for 250 school children to meet future astronaut Tim Peake! Here is her report on the day: On Thursday February 7, the Royal Aeronautical Society held its first Astronaut Training Talk with Tim [...]
The Society is pleased to welcome a new Head of Conferences, Matt Stubbs, who joins the Society on 11 February.
We are proud to announce that the Royal Aeronautical Society headquarters has recently been awarded Carbon Smart’s Silver certificate in recognition of our aim to become a “greener” business operation.
The International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics will be meet at the Royal Aeronautical Society on the 14 and 15 January to discuss and sculpt the accepted papers into a programme for IFASD2013. Following on from the success of IFASD2011 held in Paris, the 2013 Forum will be run from the 24 – 27 June in Bristol, UK, the centre of the UK’s aerospace industry.
Do you shop online? Are you going to be buying Christmas presents online? Did you know that every time you buy something you could be raising money for the Royal Aeronautical Society?
The Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to announce that the number of supporting Corporate Partners has reached 170. The latest new Corporate Partners to sign up include the Military Aviation Authority, Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, South African Airways and Eurocopter Southern Africa, reflecting the Society’s international reach and the diversity of organisations benefitting from being [...]
The 2012 RAeS Annual International Flight Crew Training Conference will be held on 26 & 27 September at the Society’s Headquarters at No.4 Hamilton Place, London. It aims to examine the training paradigm and determine how it may best be changed to reflect the needs of today.
On Monday 25th June over 60 voting members of the Society attended the combined SGM/GM called to approve the proposed new governance procedures.
Members are reminded that on Monday 25 June 2012 at 15:00 at 4 Hamilton Place, the Society will hold a General Meeting/Special General Meeting for voting members* to agree the proposed new By-Laws and Royal Charter.
The RAeS External Affairs Board currently has a vacancy and welcomes expressions of interest from RAeS members wishing to volunteer their services.
Join us for the ‘In orbit’ Lecture from ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli (free to attend). A Royal Aeronautical Society Careers & Space Group public lecture, Saturday, 28 April 2012. 14.00 for a 14.30 start. Venue: No.4 Hamilton Place, London, W1J 7BQ. We are very pleased to welcome ESA astronaut and Italian citizen Paolo Nespoli to the Royal Aeronautical Society for a special lecture as part of the Mission X educational programme. Paolo will provide an overview of his career – focusing on the highlights of his astronaut training, and long duration mission to the International Space Station. The talk will be aimed at both adults and children and will make a great family afternoon out as well as appeal to space professionals. There is no charge to attend, however due to limited place numbers please do register in advance by contacting email@example.com or call 020 7670 4325/6.