Air Power: Now and the Future (1)

29 September 2016 - 30 September 2016

Royal Air Force Museum / Royal Aeronautical Society

Conference

"Air power has offered the UK tremendous utility over the last 100 years; I do not see that changing, in fact, I think it is only going to increase further". Air Chief Marshal Sir Andrew Pulford, Chief of the Air Staff, Royal Air Force, 17 September 2015

Delivered at the  Defence  and  Security  Equipment  International conference,  these words suggest that air power has a positive future as we continue to move into the 21st Century. However, what challenges will air forces face in an era of austerity and changing geo-strategic priorities?

The aim of this two-day conference, organised by the Royal Air Force Museum and the Royal Aeronautical Society, is to answer this question and others related to the future of air power. The conference seeks to bring together in one forum leading air power practitioners and academics, and wider Service, governmental and industry parties interested in the future utility of air power.

Conference Sponsor:

UTC Aerospace Systems

The First day of this conference, 29 September 2016, will take place at the RAF Museum London

RAF Museum
Grahame Park Way
London 
NW9 5LL

The Second day of the conference, 30 September 2016, will take place at the Royal Aeronautical Society

Royal Aeronautical Society
No.4 Hamilton Place
London 
W1J 7BQ

 

Registration Fees 
Non-member - £165.00 +VAT
Corporate Partners (inc Armed Forces) - £150.00 +VAT
RAeS Member / RAF Museum Member  - £130.00 +VAT
RAeS Baseline Member - £90.00 +VAT 

    

Details of the programme can be found by clicking the link on the right hand side. Register online or by completing the booking form and returning it to the RAeS Conference and Events Department via email to conference@aerosociety.com

Take advantage of preferential hotel rates offered to RAeS Delegates, make a reservation at the Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel or by visiting our dedicated HotelMap site

 

Location Details

Royal Air Force Museum / Royal Aeronautical Society