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Canberra Branch Ian Fleming Lecture
Canterbury Branch, Christchurch, New Zealand
Palmerston North Branch, New Zealand
Bay of Plenty Branch, New Zealand
Wellington Branch, New Zealand
Hamilton Branch, New Zealand
The Young Persons Committee are holding the 5th annual IACE Event
Canterbury Branch, New Zealand
The Lanchester Named Lecture was set up to honour Frederick William Lanchester, Hon FRAeS, Britain's first great aerodynamicist. He is best known for designing and building the first British petrol driven four wheeled motor car (in 1895) and for his work on the theory of flight and design of aircraft. Lanchester's work on stability was fundamental to aviation and he formulated the first comprehensive theory of lift and drag.
The Royal Aeronautical Society is proud to announce that ESA DG, Johann-Dietrich Wörner will be giving a lecture on Tuesday 19th July 2016.
The Royal Aeronautical Society’s 2016 Applied Aerodynamics conference will be held the week after the Farnborough International Air Show and follows on from a number of successful events in this series which take place biennally.
Manchester Airport Aviation and Transport Festival
As part of the sesquicentennial celebrations, the Manchester Branch of the RAeS will be taking part in this year’s Manchester Airport Aviation and Transport Festival organised by The Aviation Society to be held at the Runway Visitor Park at Manchester Airport (WA15 8XQ) during the weekend Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th July. The Branch has booked two tables for both days. The main focus will be to make the visitors aware of our learned society
Futures Day 2016 lands at the Farnborough Air Show, Friday 15 July, when the Farnborough Air Show and the aerospace industry will provide a host of fun and engaging activities to showcase aerospace and defence careers and pathways to young people, aged 11-21.
Amy Johnson CBE was a pioneering English aviator who became the first woman to fly solo from Britain to Australia in 1930 and broke a string of aviation records between 1930 and 1936. To celebrate Amy Johnson in this special anniversary year we will debate the role of women in the aviation and aerospace industry.
Fleet Air Arm Branch
A social highlight of the Farnborough Air Show week, this reception will be held at the Society's outstanding Mayfair venue where guests will be hosted on the terrace overlooking Park Lane and Hyde Park.