Welcome to the RAeS Management Studies Group

The Management Studies Group helps the Society to increase awareness, appreciation and understanding of management issues in aerospace and to make available the latest information on management techniques, practices and skills. The Group's Committee includes managers, consultants, officials and officers from a broad range of aerospace organisations, commercial, academic and military.

In This Section

  • Events

    Details on forthcoming RAeS Management Studies Conferences, Lectures & Seminars

  • Committee

    Meet the people who drive the RAeS Management Studies Group’s activities

  • Contact Us

    Want to get in touch or join the RAeS Management Studies Mailing List?

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September 2014


  • 30 Sep

    Detect and Avoid - Enabling Safe RPAS Operations Beyond Visual Line of Sight

    This workshop will bring RPAS civil, government and military operators, regulators, RPAS manufacturers and technology developers together to better understand and discuss the "detect and avoid" challenge.

  • 1 Oct

    Education and Skills Conference 2014

    The need to attract, inspire, recruit and train new staff on a sustainable basis has long been recognised by the aviation and aerospace sectors. New opportunities and pathways are now becoming available that will enable the industry to start filling the “skills gap”. The Society's second annual Education and Skills Conference will look at how various organisations and industry partners are working together to address skills needs for the aerospace and aviation sector, from engaging with and trai

  • 1 Oct
    Named Lecture

    Cierva Named Lecture 2014

    The Cierva Lecture is named after Juan de la Cierva, FRAeS, an aeronautical engineer who pioneered rotary flight. In 1926 with the backing of the Weir brothers he formed the Cierva Autogiro Company and it was his development of rotor blade design and articulated rotor blades, which played a major role in the first successful helicopter in 1936.