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.
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 RAeS Icarus Cup 2013 is fast approaching and the Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to announce that the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) have approved Icarus Cup 2013 as an FAI Second Category Event.
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.
Calling all Military Engineers!
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.
The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) has commenced the final countdown for what promises to be its biggest and best yet Space Tourism Conference, to be held in London on 19 June.
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 is pleased to announce that the next International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics will be held from 24 – 27 June 2013 in Bristol, UK.
Delegates at the RAeS Aircraft Commander in the 21st Century Conference will be able to take advantage of a free trial of a new pre-screen tool for pilot selection, courtesy of Lead Sponsors, Symbiotics.
The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) this week signed an agreement to work together in partnership with a view to enhancing both safety and quality of air travel by seeking internationally-agreed pilot training, instruction and evaluation standards and processes.
The 2011 Women in Aviation and Aerospace Conference (October 14) was voted a big success by delegates, the vast majority of whom stayed on for the post-conference reception to network and exchange views. Delegates represented a wide range of jobs and organisations, including all three of the services.
Leading figures in international aviation safety have used a conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) in London to give their backing to an initiative aimed at bringing consistency to commercial pilot training across the world.