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Registration now open for the 'Addressing Ageing Aircraft Sustainment Issues' Seminar  a91492893fb7ad9b98629b07d89aa8b4-huge-vu

26 October 2016 – Hallam Conference Centre, London

This event will give insights into current best practice and market developments in the maintenance, life extension and ultimate disposal of ageing aircraft fleets. The seminar will also provide a valuable networking opportunity for professionals in this field and is intended to augment the growing UK industrial presence in this field.  

We've a great set of speakers lined up for this seminar, so please register as soon as possible, as places are limited.  
For further details and how to register please click here.

d589b5f402f1f91cf8aeef20c2755aba-huge-scR&S Scope Rider Competition
Rohde & Schwarz is initiating a quest to find the most innovative and unusual uses for the R&S Scope Rider, the rugged handheld oscilloscope with lab performance and functionality.

For further details on the competition and some short videos please click here.


All Electric Aircraft Seminar Technical Insight
We have now produced a TechBite following on from our AEA Seminar earlier this year.  
Please click here to access the resources from this and other related events.


The Aerospace Network is part of the Aerospace Partnership along with the IMechE and RAeS.
Please see below to access the latest Aerospace news/events from these Institutions.

March 2016 update from the IMechE Aerospace Divison  a9fb4f55b5f1eebb77a1071b274fdac4-huge-aerospace-header-imeche.jpg


Catch-up with the June Newsletter from the Royal Aeronautical Society 9491333ea66af4e4223cda97649c483a-huge-raes-banner.jpg


Upcoming Events


Although meteorological conditions badly disrupted travel in the city on the day of the seminar, a very interested and involved audience travelled across London to hear about the Rosetta mission and its 10-year journey to Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko from two very knowledgeable and engaging speakers.    First, Dr Paolo Ferri from ... read more...
Posted by Deborah-Claire McKenzie on IET Aerospace Network Jun 29, 2016 7:55 PM BST


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