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Highland Branch lecture
Defence Academy & Swindon Branch
For the Solent Branch's annual historical lecture we are delighted to welcome Captain Ian Whittle, who will be discussing the genesis and early development of the turbojet engine. The pivotal role of Ian's father, Sir Frank Whittle, in this field will of course be well known to many. Please join us for what will surely be a fascinating evening.
The Ballantyne is the Royal Aeronautical Society's annual careers awareness event aimed at providing 14-18 year-olds with inspiring stories, careers information and guidance and fun activities.
Wellington Branch, New Zealand
Do drones need to be better controlled?
This UAS workshop aims to bring those who are looking at developing solutions together with those looking for the solutions (DFT) in order to move the implementation of a practical solution nearer.
Chester Branch Lecture
ICAT - International Centre for Aircraft Training
Sheffield Branch lecture
Human Factors in Aviation
This conference has now been postponed until a later date. Please contact the Conference office if you have any queries.
Birmingham Branch Lecture
The Technology of the Land Speed Record
The Air Law Group will be holding the Beaumont Named Lecture on 21st April 2016 and will be presented by Senior Vice President - Legal, Emirates.
RAeS Washington DC Branch, Transatlantic Leading Edge Award, Reception and Annual General Meeting
A briefing on plans for airspace improvements and the expected impact of these changes on environmental and operational efficiency.
This lecture will be delivered by Senior Vice President - Legal, Emirates.
Derby Branch lecture
Eric Brown - A Pilot's Story, by Nicholas Jones
Film producer Nicholas Jones will give a talk about the life and career of Captain Eric Brown, RN.
Canterbury Branch, New Zealand
Toulouse Branch Lecture - "History and Future of easyJet" by Andrew Middleton, Strategy Manager easyJet
This lecture will be given by Ian Honstvet, LISA Pathfinder Project Manager, Airbus Defence & Space and Professor Timothy Sumner, Professor of Experimental Astrophysics, Imperial College London.
Given the tragic losses of aircraft in recent years, this seminar seeks to bring together regulators, service providers and technology developers to review the current and future state of legislation and technology in relation to flight tracking.
Yeovil Branch lecture competition
Non-branch members are welcome. Please contact the Branch Secretary prior to the lecture.
Iain Gray, Aerospace Technology Institute
The lecture will cover the regulatory changes that have been adopted within the newly established General Aviation Unit and new challenges that are to be incorporated. The Unit is the demonstration of the CAA's determination to being a better regulator, reducing and improving our regulation of this key part of aviation in the UK.
The creation of a dedicated GA Unit within the CAA emerged from the Government's Red Tape Challenge in 2013, which explored ways to reduce the regulatory burden o
THE RAeS MANCHESTER BRANCH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND MINI LECTURE COMPETITION (Prize £100) Wednesday 13th Apri 18.00 for 18.30- Room E5 Forth Floor, James Lighthill Building, ( formerly Paper Science Building) Sackville Street M1 3NJ University of Manchester
Aviation history: So what have we been up to since 1866?
Palmerston North Branch, New Zealand
The 2016 Alan Brisow Lecture will be entitled 'The Civil Tiltrotor - Planning for a Revoultion in Rotary Wing Operations and will be delivered by Giovanni Mazzoni from AgustaWestland and Russel Gould from Bristow Group.
This lecture will be preceded by the AGM at 17:00 and will be followed by a cheese and wine reception.
Lecture: "Current Typhoon Flight Test Activities"
Prestwick Branch AGM and Lecture. Speaker - to be advised. The story behind Scotland’s only charity air ambulance.
This lecture organised by the Historical Group, will be given by Dennis Newton, former Chief Test Pilot at the Lear Fan Corporation
Bay of Plenty Branch
Cambridge Branch Event
Contact: Rachel Sanderson
Combined Hamilton Branch and Bay Of Plenty Branch meeting
A New Zealand Division event to be held at Government House, Wellington, New Zealand
Toulouse Branch Lecture - Toulouse Branch Lecture - “French Carrier Air Group – Air Power at Sea” by Aymeric de Valence.
Hamilton Branch, New Zealand
EPNER: Learning Flight Test the French Way
Unfortunately this conference has been postponed. Please contact the Conference office if you have any further questions.
The J D North Lecture
Overview of UK MOD’s Unmanned Air Systems Programmes
NB THE EVENT IS NOT AT MOOG AS PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED BUT AT COSFORD. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FROM 18.00HRS
Bristol Branch lecture
Yeovil Branch lecture
An update briefing on the SDSR.
Please contact the Branch Secretary prior to the lecture to purchase a ticket..
Coventry Branch lecture
Branch joint event with IMechE and University of Surrey
Paul Hodgeson was Chief Designer at BAe (AVRO) Woodford and describes himself as the last of the line which began with Chadwick. He will talk to us on Regulation and Controls to be managed in getting Historic Aircraft back into the air and their operation
The Chadwick Dinner will follow the lecture. To register for the Dinner please send a cheque for £TBC made out to the RAeS Manchester Branch to our Treasurer, Allan Shimmin, C Eng MRAeS, 16 Winnington Road, Marple, SK6 6PD together with an
Cardiff Branch lecture
Four students compete in the final of our annual student lecture competition. Last year's winner, Guy hale, spoke on the use of gliders during World War 2. Topics and names will be announced after the preliminary rounds in February and more details will be announced shortly!
Gloucester & Cheltenham Branch
Explore the history of the aviation industry and learn about the future of space launcher – SKYLON
This lecture will be presented by Paul Beaver FRAeS, Director, Beaver Westminster Ltd. Registration is now open
The BLOODHOUND Project - A Global Engineering Adventure
Mark Chapman, Chief Engineer, BLOODHOUND SSC
Paul Hodgeson was Chief Designer at BAe (AVRO) Woodford and describes himself as the last of the line which began with Chadwick. He will talk to us on Regulation and Controls to be managed in getting Historic Aircraft back into the air and their operation. The Chadwick Dinner will follow the lecture.