In the October 2018 AEROSPACE: What really goes on behind the scenes at new aircraft order announcements and deliveries, new all-electric aircraft race, wearable cockpit technology.
* Radome – The latest aviation and aeronautical intelligence, analysis and comment
* Antennae - Howard Wheeldon considers recent problems experienced by aero-engine manufacturers.
* Bragging rites - An analysis of the art of announcing aircraft orders at air shows and what all the different types of order actually mean.
* Airliner arrivals - Behind the scenes in the glamorous world of airliner deliveries.
* Racing goes electric - Plans have been announced to stage the world’s first all-electric aircraft race in 2020..
* Next gen SAR - Focus on Leonardo Helicopters’ new search and rescue variant of the AW101 helicopter.
* Dressed to kill - BAE Systems’ ‘wearable cockpit’ technology opens a new era in human-machine interface.
* Indian airports growing plans - India’s airports are facing up to the challenge of increasing capacity to meet growing demand.
* Send in the robots - How Rolls-Royce is developing robotic technology to remotely repair engines on wing.
* New Chief Executive announcement
* Message from our President and Chief Executive
* 2019 membership subscriptions
* Book Reviews
* Library Additions
* Munich branch visit
* Corporate Partner
* RAeS elections
* The Last Word - Keith Hayward looks again on the ongoing saga of Heathrow’s third runway.
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