The World's Foremost Aerospace Community

The Royal Aeronautical Society is the world's only professional body dedicated to the entire aerospace community. Established in 1866 to further the art, science and engineering of aeronautics, the Society has been at the forefront of developments in aerospace ever since.

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  • How the Society is Governed

    The main areas of Governance of the Society are managed by the Directorate of the Society. The governance structure of ...

  • National Aerospace Library

    The National Aerospace Library is one of the world's most extensive libraries devoted to the development of ...

  • The Aeronautical Journal

    The Aeronautical Journal is the world’s longest continuously-produced aeronautics journal and has for over a ...

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  • Governance

    The main areas of Governance of the Society are managed by the Directorate of the Society. The governance structure of ...

  • Boards & Committees

    As per the Society’s By-Laws, the Board of Trustees may delegate to any Board or Committee such of its powers and ...

  • Specialist Groups

    The Royal Aeronautical Society has a range of Specialist Interest Groups, covering all aspects of the aerospace world, ...

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FORTHCOMING EVENTS

  • 27 Apr
    Corporate Partner Event

    Corporate Partner Briefing by Paul Griffiths, CEO, Dubai Airports

    A briefing on the strategy and model that contributed to the rapid ascension of Dubai International to its status as the world's busiest international airport, as well as plans for the $32 billion expansion of Dubai's second largest airport, Al Maktoum International, at Dubai World Central.

  • 27 Apr
    HQ Lecture

    Alan Bristow Memorial Lecture 2015

    This lecture is held in memoriam of Alan Bristow; a key figure in the rotary world. The lecture will cover 'Contemporary Royal Naval Helicopter Operations' and will be given by Cdr Glyn Owen, Commanding Officer 825 Naval Air Squadron, Royal Navy & Peter Prager, Head Of Training Operations (UK), AgustaWestland.

  • 28 Apr
    Named Lecture

    Commercial Aviation Trends - Past, Present and Future

    Sir Roy McNulty, Chairman of Gatwick Airport Limited will discuss some of the principal trends which have affected the industry in the UK over the past 40 years – technological, commercial, operational, environmental, regulatory and political.