Welcome to the RAeS Air Transport Group
The scope of the Air Transport Group is wide-ranging - covering aircraft design, marketing, operations, airport management and planning, air traffic control, finance, and regulatory matters. The Committee membership reflects this variety including, as it does, pilots, aeronautical engineers from a wide variety of disciplines, airline managers, consultants, and university lecturers. The diversity of activities leads to regular collaboration with other Groups such as Air Law, Flight Operations, and Management Studies.
The group promotes activities in its area of interest, carrying out a regular review of industry developments and maintains close contact with other Specialist Groups, co-operating in those areas of common interest. It communicates its activities to the membership at large, inviting comments and participation.
Through the Chairman of the Branches Committee, it will endeavour to involve the Branches and, from time to time, schedule meetings at Branches.
In This Section
Details on forthcoming RAeS Air Transport Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
Meet the people who drive the RAeS Air Transport Group’s activities
Discover what activities the Air Transport Group is planning for the future
Information on Air Transport related links and resources
Want to get in touch or join the RAeS Air Transport Mailing List?
NEWS AND EVENTS
The development of a remarkably light single seat Wankel engined aircraft at the cutting edge of design and material innovation.The lecture covers the development of a remarkably light single seat wankel engined aircraft at the cutting edge of design and material innovation.
The 2015 Young Persons' Lecture will be delivered by Dr Gemma Attrill, Principal Scientist, Support to Operations and National Security Team, dstl. She will outline what space weather is and why we should care about it.
This conference will provide an opportunity to respond to the publication of a UK Government policy paper on human spaceflight ahead of Briton Tim Peake going into space in December.