In the March 2017 issue of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine: electric air racing aircraft, drone delivery services, human factors and organisations and the A350 comes to Manchester Airport.

In the latest AEROSPACE magazine - March 2017

* Editorial
* Radome – Intelligence/Analysis/Comment - A digest of the top aviation, aerospace and space news from the previous month.
* Antenna − Commentator HOWARD WHEELDON warns of the perils of international trade protectionism.
* Transmissions − Your letters, emails, tweets and feedback.
* Bright sparks - Can Electroflight’s innovative all-electric air racer speed up progress in green aviation?

* Drone deliveries – a first class service? How far are we away from the first commercial UAV-package delivery service?

* Plane Speaking - An interview with Peter Ruddock, Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin UK..

* Achieving peak safety performance: listening and learning. Are organisations listening and responding to the safety concerns of their employees?.

* Da Vinci decoded. Leonardo consolidates its UK business activities as Leonardo MW. .

* Manchester’s new signing. Manchester becomes the first non-London airport in the UK to operate an A350 service with Singapore Airways..

* Creating the world of tomorrow? Encouraging innovation in aerospace.

* Let there be light aircraft. Have new CAA experimental aircraft regulations encouraged new UK GA designs? 


* President and Chief Executive's message
* Book Reviews
* Presidents Pakistan visit
* The quest for a flyable spacecraft
* Corporate Partners

* Events Diary

* Obituaries

* RAeS Elections

* The Last Word - KEITH HAYWARD draws parallels between the cancelled 1960’s Skybolt missile programme and the current status of the F-35.

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News Team
28 February 2017

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