AEROSPACE Magazine – February 2017 Edition, from the Royal Aeronautical Society

aerospace-201702_lresIn the February 2017 edition of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine:

  • Propellantless Space Drives – Fact or Fiction?;
  • An Interview with Airbus Executive VP Engineering Charles Champion;
  • Modernisation of Indian Navy’s Air Power;
  • The RAF Harrier in the Cold War;
  • Plus the usual News, Comment, Insight and Society Business.

Download your copy here.

Editorial
✈ Radome – Intelligence/Analysis/Comment
– A digest of the top aviation, aerospace and space news from the previous month.

✈ Antenna – Commentator Howard Wheeldon looks at air traffic management in the UK.

✈ Transmissions – Your letters, emails, tweets and feedback.

✈ Plane Seaking – Interview with Charles Champion, Airbus Executive VP Engineering.

✈ Going Nuclear -The US considers the options to modernise its nuclear arsenal.

✈ Flights of Fancy? – Are recent claims to have discovered propellantless propulsion for spaceflight fact or fiction?

✈ Indian Navy Uplift – modernisation of the Indian Navy’s air power

✈ A Longer Wait to Leave – What impact might Brexit have on passenger transit times at UK airports?

✈ Baby Boomers – Is Boom Technology’s 45-seat ‘Son of Concorde’ supersonic jet design commercially viable?

✈ Afterburner
• President and Chief Executive’s Message
• Book Reviews
• Library Additions
• Go for Gold!
• The RAF Harrier in the Cold War
• Washington DC Branch Panel discussion
• Corporate Partners
• Events Diary
• 55 Prestwick Branch STEM project
• RAeS Elections
• Young Persons Forum

 

About AEROSPACE
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.

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