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LATEST NEWS

Airships - a new dawn?

Airships - a new dawn?

UK airship company Hybrid Air Vehicles are reconfiguring a former US military airship for civil use and have ambitious plans for additional and larger designs. BILL READ reports from Cardington.

Howard Pixton: Britain's First Schneider Trophy Winner

By Conferences and Events

AUDIO: PHILIP JARRETT, FREELANCE AVIATION AUTHOR, EDITOR AND CONSULTANT speaks at the Society for this 2014 Historical Group lecture.

AeroChallenge 2014 Report and Winners

By Conferences & Events

On Monday the 31st of March, the Young Persons Committee was proud to host another memorable and exciting edition of the all-time popular AeroChallenge Event. Read on to find out how the day went and who the winners were...

Bucks New University Aviation students gain expert careers advice

Aviation students at Buckinghamshire New University have received some top tips from The Royal Aeronautical Society on how to get a flying start in their careers.

Call for Medals & Awards Committee Members

By Anna Banton

The Society is looking for experienced and knowledgeable aerospace and aeronautics professionals, preferably, although not essentially, Members and Fellows of the Society, who would be interested in being considered for membership of either the Medals & Awards Committee.

Obituary - Charles Thomas Dennehy "Sox" Hosegood

Charles Thomas Dennehy Hosegood, affectionately known as ‘Sox’, died aged 93 on 17 February 2014. He will be remembered, particularly, as an outstanding helicopter test pilot.

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