Calling all Military Engineers!
Society Air Law Group re-launches Mediation and Arbitration Scheme at a well-attended event at the Old Library, Lloyd’s of London.
On the 7th and 8th of November, the Society had a stand at the Advanced Engineering UK event at the NEC. Riding high on its exponential growth over the recent years since its launch, the Advanced Engineering UK group of events continues to bring together OEMs and top tier customer groups to meet and do [...]
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The Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to announce the release of two new Silk Tie designs for 2012.
As the new academic years dawns and new freshers enter the world of further education, the society has already made contact with universities and FE Colleges to arrange for a RAeS representative to come and present to the students about the benefits of being a Student Affiliate member of the society.
Rear Admiral S R Lister OBE hosts RAeS and other societies aboard HMS Ocean to promote membership and registration with the Engineering Council.
Professor Keith Hayward, Society Head of Research gave evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee on 2 July 2012.
The Royal Aeronautical Society’s Head of Research Keith Hayward will be presenting evidence at Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee inquiry on 2 July 2012.
In a first for London, space tourism company Excalibur Almaz will bring its twice-flown RRV spacecraft to the British capital as part of the RAeS 3rd European Space Tourism Conference. It will be on public display at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at Parliament Square on 20 June between 9am– 6pm.
The Royal Aeronautical Society has received a request from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for RAeS Members to submit their views on Cockpit Automation.
An overview of the conference organised by the Flight Operations Group on 20 – 21 March at No.4 Hamilton Place to discuss the skills, characteristics and training that aircraft commanders in the 21st century will require.