AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum 2019

June 17-21, 2019 | USA

The 2019 AIAA AVIATION Forum will explore how rapidly changing technology, new entrants, and emerging trends are shaping the future of flight. Nothing can be more intimidating than being a newcomer or young person at a conference or event where everyone already knows one another! Learn tips and techniques on networking and relationship building that will make your forum experience more enjoyable and productive.

Spotlight

This note looks at airport development in London and the South East under the present and previous governments, including the work of the Airports Commission, and how airports are planning to develop their current services. The Labour Government’s 2003 aviation White Paper generally supported a ‘predict and provide’ approach, which envisioned demand for air transport in the South East increasing dramatically over the following 25 years.


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September 22-24, 2021 | France

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September 13-19, 2021 | USA

All week long, the FAA calls attention to drone safety champions by promoting YOUR safety stories, successes, events, and educational programs. Everyone is welcome to participate in this weeklong campaign. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will hold its third National Drone Safety Awareness Week September 13–19, 2021. This virtual safety campaign features events and specially created content.

Spotlight

This note looks at airport development in London and the South East under the present and previous governments, including the work of the Airports Commission, and how airports are planning to develop their current services. The Labour Government’s 2003 aviation White Paper generally supported a ‘predict and provide’ approach, which envisioned demand for air transport in the South East increasing dramatically over the following 25 years.

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