In the October 2017 issue of AEROSPACE, the RAeS monthly flagship magazine: Airbus' advanced aerodynamic demonstrator, preparing for large passenger electric aircraft and business aviation in Africa.

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In October's AEROSPACE

* Radome – The latest aviation and aeronautical intelligence, analysis and comment.
Antenna – Howard Wheeldon looks at the different factors contributing to civil aircraft safety.
BLADE Runner – Europe’s most advanced aerodynamic demonstrator gets set to make its first flight.
First in the class – Getting the Lockheed Martin F-35B ready for the Royal Navy’s new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers.
Switching on electric flight – Preparing the way for the development of large commercial all-electric powered aircraft.
Out of Africa – The African Business Aviation Association (AfBAA) celebrates its first five years.
Taiwan aims for space at latest show – A report from the TADTE aerospace and defence technology show in Taipei.
Swedish air control  AEROSPACE tours the production facility of Swedish aircraft cabin humidity system specialists CTT.


Message from our President and Chief Executive
Book Reviews
Library Additions
Corporate Partners
* RAeS Elections
* The Last Word - Keith Hayward on Airbus at 50.

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Bill Read
29 September 2017

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