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27 January 2015
Kenneth George Munson, Deputy Editor of what is now IHS Jane’s All The World’s Aircraft: Development and Production (JAWA) from 1990 to 2014, passed away peacefully on 2 January 2015.
27 January 2015
By RAeS Careers
We are delighted to announce confirmed exhibitors for our NEW spring recruitment fair: Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group & AeroAcademy; University of Manchester; Cranfield University; Raytheon UK and Panasonic Avionics - and more coming soon!
25 January 2015
By Emma Bossom
CEAS has recently published its latest Bulletin so now's your chance to catch up on all the aerospace and aviation news across Europe.
23 January 2015
The doors are open on Wednesday 11th February 1pm-5pm… come and learn about the history and heritage of No.4 Hamilton Place; once the home of the Duke of Wellington and now home to the Royal Aeronautical Society.
22 January 2015
By Tim Caines
The Society is delighted to announce that it is now accepting nominations for the 2015 awards. Anyone can offer a nomination for any individuals and/or teams working in any area of aerospace, anywhere in the world.
22 January 2015
Following the discovery of the ‘lost’ Beagle 2 lander on the surface of Mars BILL READ reports on how the 2003 UK space mission came much closer to success than previously realised and how the UK is a key player in the forthcoming ESA ExoMars missions to the Red Planet.
The Whittle Lecture: a Joint event with IMechE and IET