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The Tony Lucking debate will see representatives from Gatwick Airport Ltd, Heathrow Airport Ltd, the Heathrow Hub and for the Thames Estuary option engaging in a debate about the options for future runway capacity in London and the South East.
This lecture will be given by Sir Martin Sweeting from Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
This lecture by Wg Cdr Jim Schofield, the sole UK Military Test Pilot of the F-35 Lightning project will outline his experiences between 2011 and 2013.
Alan Bristow Memorial Lecture: UK SAR Capability 2015 and Beyond
Back in 2009, the move by UK Government to devolve responsibility for the whole UK aeronautical search and rescue service to a single commercial helicopter operator was a controversial decision.
In only four years from his first involvement with aviation in 1910, Cecil Howard Pixton established himself as a leading British pioneer aviator.
This Aerodynamics Group Lecture will highlight the findings from a survey paper on railway train aerodynamics by Prof. Chris Baker of Birmingham University.
Save the date for this Historical Lecture and more information will be available soon. All RAeS lectures are free to attend and we welcome both Members and Non-members.
Air Law's Annual Summer Lecture will take place at Royal Aeronautical Society will take place on Wednesday 2nd July 2014.
This lecture is being organised by the Aerospace Medicine Group.
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