The 2013 Beaumont Named Lecture will be delivered by Tony Tyler, Director General and CEO, IATA.
The 2013 Ann Welch Named Lecture was delivered by none other that ‘James Bond’ double and aviation legend Ken Wallis MBE.
The 2013 Space Traffic Control Conference will be held on 2 July and will address how space debris is a man-made threat to the continued use of space for commerce, science, exploration and security.
The 2013 Air Law Summer reception will be held on 1 July and will be preceded by a lecture given by Prof Graham Braithwaite FRAeS.
The 2013 Ann Welch Lecture will be delivered by Wg Cdr Ken Wallis MBE and look at ’103 Years of the Family Vice of Flying’.
Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to share a specialist paper by the Rotorcraft Group titled ‘Definition of a Rotorcraft’. A copy of the paper by author Jeremy Graham, MRAeS, Chairman, Rotorcraft Group can be found online.
The Royal Aeronautical Society’s Flight Simulation Group have opened a call for papers for their November conference.
Tim Peake, Astronaut from European Space Agency is presenting at the Royal Aeroanutical Society on Thursday 7th February. Due to the popularity of this lecture, this lecture is now fully booked and no spaces will be available on the evening to anyone who has not registered in advance.
On behalf of the Flight Simulation Group, the Royal Aeronautical Society is pleased to announce that a new Aeroplane Flight Simulation Evaluation Handbook is available for purchase.
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.
On 24 May 2012 the Flight Test Group sponsored an evening presentation by Capt Steve Daniels concerning the Empire Test Pilot’s School approach to meeting revised EASA flight test training requirements.
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.