The history of the Royal Aeronautical Society goes back to 1866, when it was founded by eminent names: The Duke of Argyll His Grace James Glaisher, Mr. James Butler, Mr F.H. Wenham, Dr Hugh Diamond and Mr. F.W. Brearey. The aim of the society was to further the studies in the science of aerial navigation and aircraft. Membership to the society is open for all. The society has regular meetings as well as conferences, lectures and events, few of which can be attended by non-members too. Check the website for further information and details regarding latest events.
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