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Australian Division April Newsletter

The Australian Division April Newsletter with President's message and a report from the recent Annual General Meeting

The Falcon Initiaitve

The Falcon Initiaitve

The Royal Aeronautical Society, in partnership with Boeing, is pleased to announce the launch of The Falcon Initiative, an innovative project that aims to inspire and motivate 13-18 year-olds by providing them with an opportunity to engage with a practical, fun and educationally-relevant engineering...

Fighting a cyber Battle of Britain

Fighting a cyber Battle of Britain

A new ‘virtual’ cyber command centre project promises to strengthen the UK military’s network defences against hackers, spies and cyber criminals. TIM ROBINSON reports.

Commercial Aviation Trends - Past, Present and Future

By Conferences and Events

AUDIO: SIR ROY McNULTY, CHAIRMAN, GATWICK AIRPORT LTD speaks at the Society for the 2015 Whittle Named Lecture.

The closing date to receive applications for the next Membership and Professional Registration Committees is quickly approaching!

Have you held the same membership grade for a while? Or have you been meaning to join, but have never got around to it? Joining and upgrading your membership is easy – all you have to do is complete the online membership application form available here and submit your application by the closing date...

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  • 6 May
    Branch Event

    Branch visit to RAF Brize Norton

    Branch visit

  • 7 May

    RPAS Airworthiness

    The basis of the airworthiness requirement for RPAS is a critical element in enabling safe growth of RPAS operations. However, RPAS airworthiness remains a major source of contention with a wide range of divergent views being promoted by different groups and differ rules applying in different states.

  • 7 May
    Named Lecture

    An Overview of the Aviation Industry - Near Term and Long Term

    Established in 1963, this Named Lecture is run alternately with Cranfield. It honours Sir Frederick Handley Page CBE, HonFRAeS, in recognition of his many contributions to aviation, and in particular to safety and reliability in air transportation.