The Aeronautical Journal is the world’s longest continuously-produced aeronautics journal and has for over a century been the UK's leading scientific and technical aeronautical journal. Published monthly, The Aeronautical Journal provides a forum for authors from the UK and overseas, academia, research establishments and industry, and acts as a platform for presenting work and research to an international audience. Each paper has been thoroughly refereed by a renowned international team of Associate Editors and reviewers, all of whom are respected experts in their field. Relevant book reviews are also published in The Aeronautical Journal.
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