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Added on 17 June 2010 by Royal Aeronautical Society

Frilford Heath Golf Club, Nr Abingdon, Oxfordshire

This is a relaxed and informal event and offers the ideal opportunity for networking with fellow golfers in the aviation industry. The event would lend itself to corporate hospitality and/or as a staff team-building exercise. Above all it’s a fun day out and we would like to encourage as many of our golfing members to sign up as we can!

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SOPWITH LECTURE: UAS Systems and the Future

Added on 10 June 2010 by Royal Aeronautical Society

During the first century of flight there were distinct periods of intense innovation within the aerospace industry. During these eras advancements in materials, design and propulsion were being made on an almost annual basis leading to the obsolescence of military aircraft within one or two years of their introduction. Today the aerospace industry is heading into another era of intense innovation as unmanned systems are being developed for military, civil and scientific missions.

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CONFERENCE: Operating Helicopters Safely in a Degraded Visual Environment

Added on 10 June 2010 by Royal Aeronautical Society

How Can Helicopters Operate More Safely in Day / Night and Adverse Atmospheric Conditions?

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‘Cool Aeronautics’ Australia

Added on 10 June 2010 by Royal Aeronautical Society

This is an excerpt from an article published in The Aerospace Professional: June 2010

Last November, 45 year 3-4 students from Turner Primary School in Canberra visited the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy ([email protected]) to take part in the inaugural Cool Aeronautics educational day organised by the Royal Aeronautical Society Canberra Branch and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Sydney Section.

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Plane speaking with Steve Ridgway

Added on 09 June 2010 by Royal Aeronautical Society

Aerospace International talks to the chief executive of Virgin Atlantic Airways, STEVE RIDGWAY, CBE, about volcanic ash, the rise of airline alliances and his carrier’s green mission.

This is an excerpt from an article published in Aerospace International: June 2010

AI: How has the volcanic ash affected your business? How much do you expect you might have lost?

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2009 Written Paper Prizes

Added on 04 June 2010 by Peter Bradfield

Press Release - 4th June 2010

On 24 June 2010 the Royal Aeronautical Society’s presentation of Written Paper Prizes will be held at the headquarters of the Society at No.4 Hamilton Place, London W1.

This will be held in conjunction with the Sopwith Lecture, ‘UAS Systems and the Future’. The evenings lecture will be given by Darryl Davis, President of Phantom Works for the Boeing Defence, Space & Security business unit of the Boeing Company.

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