In the January 2017 issue of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine: Brexit and its effects on UK aerospace, How can airlines recruit more female pilots, Upgrading the RAF’s Sentinel surveillance aircraft and an Interview with Sir Michael Arthur, President of Boeing Europe.


In the latest AEROSPACE magazine - January 2017

* Editorial
* Radome – Intelligence/Analysis/Comment - A digest of the top aviation, aerospace and space news from the previous month.
* Antenna − Commentator HOWARD WHEELDON considers the implications of President-elect Trump.
* Transmissions − Your letters, emails, tweets and feedback.

Redressing the balance - How can airlines recruit more female pilots?

* Virtual helicopters - The potential of virtual reality to model rotorcraft at different stages of their life cycles.

* Tailwind or turbulence?- How Brexit may effect UK aerospace.

* Where no commerce has gone before - How low-cost start-up companies are revolutionising the utilisation of space.

* Raising the UK’s aerospace ambitions - Gary Elliott, CE of the Aerospace Technology Institute, talks about the work of the ATI to help UK aerospace companies.

* Plane Speaking - an interview with Sir Michael Arthur, President of Boeing Europe.

* Sentinel reloaded - Upgrading the RAF’s Sentinel surveillance aircraft.


* President and Chief Executive's message
* Book Reviews
* Library additions
* 2016 Wilbur and Orville Wright Lecture
* RAeS 150th anniversary retrospective
* Washington DC Branch Panel discussion
NAL aircraft factory site plans
* Events Diary
* Corporate Partners
* RAeS Elections
* A tribute to astonaut John Glenn
* The Last Word - KEITH HAYWARD looks at the pros and cons of satellite imagery

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RAeS Newsteam
3 January 2017