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27 May 2016
In the June 2016 edition of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine: Indian Air Force modernisation, how low fuel prices are affecting airlines and should the UK require the compulsory registration of all drone users? Plus the usual news, comment, insight and Society business.
24 May 2016
Saab's Gripen is back, leaner and meaner than ever before. TIM ROBINSON reports from Linköping as Sweden starts rebuilding its defence muscles.
17 May 2016
Professor KEITH HAYWARD FRAeS assesses the view from UK aviation and aerospace in the upcoming 'Brexit' UK referendum.
13 May 2016
What has been the effect of the current low price of fuel on airlines, airline passengers and the air transport industry and how long is this state of affairs likely to continue? BILL READ FRAeS reports
10 May 2016
Is an integrated European Air Force feasible or even necessary? The RAeS Air Power Group Committee considers the issues and the options.(1)
6 May 2016
BILL READ FRAeS asks if there is a market for the return of commercial supersonic flight or are passengers really just seeking a more pleasurable travel experience?
3 May 2016
Part 5 of the Royal Aeronautical Society's history. having outgrown its offices at 7 Albemarle Street, in 1938 the Society acquired the lease of No.4 Hamilton Place from the Crown Estates.
29 April 2016
In the May 2016 edition of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine: Airship resurrection, Canadian industry report, and DENNIS MUILENBURG on the future of flight. Plus the usual news, comment, insight and Society business.
26 April 2016
What effect could Brexit have on the UK's business aviation sector? TIM ROBINSON reports from a recent press briefing where some potential consequences were outlined.
22 April 2016
By Bill Read FRAeS
As more and more drones take to the skies there are concerns that some operators are either unaware or choose to ignore the rules governing their use - particularly when flying them close to civil aircraft. BILL READ FRAeS looks at proposals to introduce drone user registration in the UK to reduce t...
18 April 2016
From The Last Man on the Moon to reusable rockets, inflatable habitats and interstellar nanocraft - 44 years after the humans left the Moon, TIM ROBINSON asks whether we are now on the cusp of a new era in spaceflight.
HOWARD WHEELDON FRAeS considers the Royal Air Forces' recently published conceptual component 'Thinking to Win'- designed to return the service to the forefront of air power strategy leadership.
12 April 2016
After HOTAS, HMDs, touchscreens and gesture control - is ‘thought control’ the final evolution of the human-machine interface for pilots? TIM ROBINSON talks to Honeywell Aerospace about its cutting edge research into neural technology.
8 April 2016
From WW1 lucky talismans to 'Let's Roll' on B-1s over Afghanistan - Harry Lawson presents a short history of aircraft nose art and looks at its rise in popularity up to its present day incarnations.
5 April 2016
Part 4 of the Society's history. The membership was falling – from 1,100 in 1919 to 800 in 1923. In this same year the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust donated £500 towards the purchase of rare books for the library. However, the general financial structure was becoming worse and, by 1925, with the mem...
South Australian Space School by Dr Olivia Samardzic
An afternoon celebrating aerospace innovation in the East of England with speakers on the topics of aerodynamics, autonomous systems and materials.