In the November 2016 edition of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine:
- Chinese Aerospace Industry Assessed;
- Remote ATC Control for Smaller Airports;
- Biggin Hill Airport Scrambles for Skills Gap;
- Passenger Seat Certification;
- The Future of Spaceflight;
- Plus the usual News, Comment, Insight and Society Business.
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✈ Radome – Intelligence/Analysis/Comment – A digest of the top aviation, aerospace and space news from the previous month.
✈ Antenna – Commentator Howard Wheeldon looks at the organisational changes at Rolls-Royce.
✈ Transmissions – Your letters, emails, tweets and feedback.
✈ The Future of… Spaceflight − Asteroid mining, solar sails, colonies on Mars – what might humans do next in space?
✈ Chinese Aerospace’s Little Leap Forward – Prof Keith Hayward FRAeS analyses recent developments in China’s aerospace industry.
✈ Cranfield Readies for the Future of Flight – Cranfield University celebrates its 70th anniversary and looks to the future.
✈ Remote Control – Saab’s remotely operated ATC towers may be just what smaller airports are looking for to cut costs.
✈ Sealed at Last – In the wake of India’s deal to acquire 36 Dassault Rafale fighters, Neelam Mathews analyses this key defence procurement.
✈ Biggin Hill Scrambles to Tackle Aero Skills Fight – The famous WW2 airfield sets out to train business aviation engineers.
✈ Sitting Pretty – The evolution of certification requirements and engineering challenges in aircraft seating.
• President and Chief Executive’s Message
• Book Reviews
• Library Additions
• BAe 146 at 35
• 150th Anniversary Events
• RAeS History Part 11 – Publications
• Satellite Orbits and RAE
• Corporate Partners
• RAeS Elections
• RAeS Heritage Awards
✈ The Last Word – Professor Keith Hayward asks if it is the beginning of the end for large four-engine wide-body passenger airliners.
AEROSPACE is the flagship monthly publication of the Royal Aeronautical Society and is free to all members as part of their membership. It is written for aerospace professionals by aerospace professionals. Inaugurated in June 2013 and replacing the two earlier members’ monthly magazines, Aerospace International and The Aerospace Professional, AEROSPACE is features-led, agenda-setting, global in outlook, dynamic and forward looking. Each issue contains news and analysis as well as Society news and events, book reviews and news of members. Letters and feedback are positively encouraged.