Welcome to the RAeS Historical Group
The Historical Group exists to provide a focus within the RAeS for the study and discussion of aerospace history, and to contribute on behalf of the Society to wider activities in this field, both in the UK and internationally.
The Group organises lecture and discussion evenings at Hamilton Place - typically four or five per year. One-day conferences on specific subjects are also held occasionally
In This Section
Details on forthcoming RAeS Historical Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
Discover what other activities the Historical Group is involved in
Contact the RAeS Historical Group or sign up to its mailing list
NEWS AND EVENTS
This conference aims to examine how recent changes in legislation, together with recent and future innovation in aircraft design, will impact on airworthiness and maintenance and, in particular, the role of the aircraft maintenance engineer.
This Flight Test Group lecture will explore the development and evaluation of Day Night All Weather (DNAW) technology for fixed and rotary-wing aircraft conducted in the UK over the last 30 years outside conventional civil and military IFR operations.
Cranfield Branch Lord Kings Norton Lecture