In the November 2017 issue of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine:
In November’s AEROSPACE: an analysis of Middle East carriers, human missions to Mars; are UK airfields in crisis and a report on the 2017 DSEI defence exhibition.
* Radome – The latest aviation and aeronautical intelligence, analysis and comment.
* Antenna – Howard Wheeldon looks at the MoD’s planned Air Support to Defence Operational Training (ASDOT) programme.
* Turbulence in the Gulf - How local politics and longer-range aircraft may impact Middle East carriers.
* Is Mars getting any closer? Sarah Cruddas assesses the latest push for a human mission to the Red Planet. Are we any nearer today?
* Flying for the dark side - Onboard a Cobham Falcon 20 providing operational readiness training.
* Flying light - Are UK GA airfields in crisis?
* Charge of the electric flight brigade - Jet engine manufacturers research into hybrid electric propulsion.
* Russia unwraps its new MC-21 - What are the commercial prospects for the new Irkut MC-21 civil airliner?
* Defence showcase - A report on the 2017 DSEI defence exhibition.
* Message from our President and Chief Executive
* Book Reviews
* Library Additions
* Streamlining the Specialist Awards
* Corporate Partners
* RAeS Elections
* The Last Word - Keith Hayward considers the current export tariff spat over the Bombardier CSeries.
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