In the July 2017 issue of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine: Rolls-Royce gears up for the next generation of aero-engines, does the UK have what it takes to develop its own spaceport? and air traffic control systems for small UAVs.
In July AEROSPACE
* Radome – Intelligence/Analysis/Comment - A digest of the top aviation, aerospace and space news from the previous month.
* Antenna − Commentator HOWARD WHEELDON on the implications of Brexit and the British General Election for UK aerospace in Europe.
* Plane speaking - An interview with Air Power Association President AM Greg Bagwell, RAF (Rtd).
* Going Dutch with CAE - How the Royal Netherlands Air Force has big plans for synthetic environments.
* UK Spaceports - Does the UK have what it takes to deliver commercial spaceflight by 2020?
* Pioneering the future - New materials, powered gearboxes and virtual reality – Rolls-Royce develops aero engines for the 2020s and beyond.
* Back to the Baltic - Sweden refocuses its military forces back to defending its homeland.
* Cross sky traffic - The latest progress on a new type of air traffic control - for UAVs.
* A400M photo competition - A400M photo contest takes off.
* Ballantyne 1997-2017 - The Society’s Ballantyne schools careers event celebrates 20 years of the RAeS Careers Department.
* President and Chief Executive's message
* Book Reviews
* Library additions
* 2017 Annual Banquet
* Corporate Partners
* Filton low-speed wind tunnel
* YPN in the spotlight
* RAeS Elections
* 2017 Council and Trustees
* The Last Word - KEITH HAYWARD predicts that for UK airlines, the Brexit battle is just beginning.
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