News

Internship opportunity now available at the Royal Aeronautical Society

Added on 18 March 2011

Aviation journalism intern wanted! Editorial Internship opportunity now available immediately at the Royal Aeronautical Society to work on its prestigious magazines and publications. Go To Item

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News

Call for 2011 Medals & Awards Nominations

Added on 17 March 2011

A call for nominations for the Royal Aeronautical Society's 2011 Medals & Awards - Do you know an individual or team who you think are worthy of a medal or award for making an exceptional contribution to aerospace? Go To Item

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General Lectures

Boeing Flight Test Update on the 747-8 and 787

Added on 11 February 2011

An audio presentation from a live talk given by Chief Test Pilot, Boeing Commercial Airplanes & Boeing Test & Evaluation Captain Frank Santoni at the Royal Aeronautical Society. One of the great talks at the Society, many of which are free to attend. Go To Item

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Named Lectures, Wilbur and Orville Wright Lecture

“Flying in space” – The 99th Wilbur and Orville Wright Lecture

Added on 18 December 2010

An audio recording from a live talk given by Piers Sellers at the Royal Aeronautical Society for the 99th annual Wilbur and Orville Wright Lecture in December 2010. Go To Item

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EXCLUSIVE – Qantas QF32 flight from the cockpit

Added on 11 December 2010

Exclusive interview with one of the flight crew of Qantas A380 flight QF32 who gives the view from the flight deck of this extraordinary aviation incident. Go To Item

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Cierva Lecture, Named Lectures

The Need for Simplicity in Helicopter Design

Added on 09 December 2010

The Cierva Named Lecture: The audio recording from a live talk by Frank Robinson of Robinson Helicopter Company at The Royal Aeronautical Society in October 2010. Go To Item

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From the Aerospace International

Twilight of the Shuttle

Added on 08 October 2010

As NASA’s Space Shuttle winds down towards its final flight — we report from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, on the countdown to its retirement and successor space access systems Go To Item

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News

Meet an Astronaut Competition

Added on 30 September 2010

3 lucky people will meet face-to-face with NASA Astronaut Piers Sellers at the Royal Aeronautical Society HQ in December 2010. Register now to learn more and follow the competition. Go To Item

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Blog

Video interview - Captain Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown

Added on 29 September 2010

Exclusive video interview with Captain Eric ‘Winkle’ Brown – WW2 aviator, one of the world’s greatest test pilots and holder of the record for number of different aircraft types flown. Go To Item

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Blog

Vital research and testing blended-wing bodies - ICAS 2010 Day 5 summary

Added on 27 September 2010

Vital research and testing blended-wing bodies. Bill Read concludes his report on last week’s ICAS2010 aerospace research conference in Nice. Go To Item

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Blog

Video interview - Dr David Williams - head of UK Space Agency

Added on 24 September 2010

Exclusive video interview with Dr David Williams, head of the UK Space Agency, who speaks about high-level space policy and Britain's new ambitions in spaceflight. Go To Item

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Blog

Hijackproof airliners and UAVs in civil airspace - ICAS 2010 Day 4

Added on 24 September 2010

Flying damaged aircraft safely, remote control of hijacked aircraft and explosion-proof luggage containers. A report on some of the safety and security topics covered on the fourth day of the ICAS 2010 conference. Go To Item

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Blog

Greener air routes, hydrogen tractors and drive-your-own planes - ICAS 2010 Day 3

Added on 23 September 2010

Rerouting aircraft to avoid creating contrails, taxiing aircraft using hydrogen from waste products and a personal aircraft that anyone can fly - it could all happen in the future. Report from the day 3 of the ICAS2010 on the latest research into ways to reduce the effect of aircraft on the environment Go To Item

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Blog

Swarming UAVs & Dragonfly aerodynamics - ICAS 2010 Day 2

Added on 22 September 2010

Report from Day 2 of the ICAS conference on some of the latest research into UAV control systems, including a remarkable research experiment conducted using swarming robotic 'sharks'. Go To Item

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Blog

Hydrogen-powered ATR42s and doughnut airships - ICAS 2010 Day 1

Added on 21 September 2010

Report from Day 1 of International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS) 2010 which included research on concepts as electrically-powered passenger aircraft, flying cars, hydrogen-powered cargo aircraft and an airship shaped like a doughnut. Go To Item

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Blog

Visions of the Future - ICAS 2010

Added on 20 September 2010

Preview of ICAS 2010 - a unique forum for scientists, engineers and students from industry, government and academia to meet and exchange ideas on the latest topics affecting the future of aerospace. Go To Item

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