The Royal Aeronautical Society
As the world’s only professional body dedicated to the aerospace community, the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) exists to further the advancement of aeronautical art, science and engineering around the world.
Established in 1866, the RAeS has been at the forefront of developments in aerospace ever since, seeking to:
• Promote the highest professional standards in all aerospace disciplines
• Provide specialist information & act as a central forum for the exchange of ideas
• Play a leading role in influencing opinion on aerospace matters
As a multidisciplinary organisation, there is a place within the membership for anyone working, or interested, in the aeronautical, aviation and aerospace sectors.
Celebrations of the 2015 Royal Aeronautical Society Honours, Medals & Awards and the importance to some of the winners of being recognised for their outstanding achievements and contributions to aerospace. Make a nomination to the 2016 RAeS Awards at www.aerosociety.com/awards before 31 March 2016.
Robotic missions have the potential to extract greater value from human spaceflight, according to a new paper by the Royal Aeronautical Society.
The Royal Aeronautical Society has commented on specific announcements made in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement and Spending Review.
Iain McNicoll, Chair of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Air Power Group, has commented on the publication of the Government’s Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR).
The Royal Aeronautical Society has commented on the publication of the House of Commons Defence Committee report setting out a checklist of potential threats and general vulnerabilities that should be addressed in the forthcoming Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR).