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RAeS Light Aircraft Design Conference

RAeS Light Aircraft Design Conference

It’s that time of year again, and the Royal Aeronautical Society’s annual Light Aircraft Design conference is occurring on the 17 November. This is an all-day event at the RAeS’ fabulous HQ off Piccadilly, in London’s West End. It is always a hugely successful conference, and a must for all budding designers and those with an interest in the light end of aeronautical engineering.

 The UK’s new E-Conditions for experimental test flying will be unveiled – and explained – at the conference. E-Conditions – sometimes, not entirely accurately, dubbed the UK’s ‘Experimental Category’ – is an RAeS initiative, which is being actively supported by the BMAA.

BMAA members qualify for a significantly reduced registration fee of £50 + VAT, which is 40% off the normal fee. Pre-registration is essential via the RAeS website http://aerosociety.com/Events/Event-List/1523/Light-Aircraft-Design-Methods-and-Tools-2014

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