Airspace Sovereignty

Thursday, 09 February 2017, 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM [GST]

Red Triangle Theatre, British Airways Waterside HQ, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, United Kingdom

REGISTER NOW

REGISTRATION

Member Partial Approval -Free

Use if you are a member of the RAeS or the Heathrow Branch (ie. hold a membership card)

non-Member Partial Approval - Free

Use if you are not a member of the RAeS or LHR Branch - £2 on door

Student/Apprentice Member Partial Approval -Free

Use if you are a student/apprentice affiliate member of RAeS or if you are in full time education / apprentice programme.

Enter your discount code

  • Fee
  • Total amount

Event Information

Thursday, 09 February 2017, 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM [GST]

About the Events

AIRSPACE SOVEREIGNTY:

THE LOSS OF MALAYSIA MH17 - AN AVOIDABLE TRAGEDY?

PROFESSOR KEITH HAYWARD, HEAD OF RESEARCH,

ROYAL AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY

 


PROGRAMME INTRO

The vulnerability of commercial airliners to missile attack has been evident for many years. Most attention has focused on the dangers of man portable missiles (Manpads), especially in the hands of terrorist groups. Yet the most serious incidents involving missile attack have been from longer range systems controlled by recognised armed forces - or at least under their nominal direction. 

Professor Hayward will consider the loss of MH17 alongside two other cases, the Iranian Airbus shot down by a US cruiser and the Korean Airlines B747 destroyed by a Soviet fighter. Prof Hayward will then consider the implications of MH17 for the routing of commercial aircraft over conflict zones and the responsibilities of national and international agencies in advising and directing any diversion of traffic. 

Prof Hayward will end by speculating on possible future areas of danger, specifically China’s claim to sovereignty up to the so-called “Nine-Dash Line” in the South China Sea. 

 LECTURE FLYER


 CPD certificates of attendance will be endorsed for CEng, IEng or EngTech registration. 

 For more information, please use the contact details below to contact the Branch Secretary.


STAY CONNECTED WITH YOUR LOCAL BRANCH! 

         


NOTE FOR REGISTRATION

Thanks for registering your attendance via our Eventzilla site.

We have streamlined our event registration process by introducing online booking platform as an alternative to email and telephone registeration for our lectures/events, as well as developing a way of tracking numbers on any lectures/events that may be oversubscribed.

When you book, please select the relevant ticket option, and the number of tickets you would like. The tickets will be automatically emailed to you, as there is currently no option for us to produce a ticket at the door.

The application asks for both registration and attendee details - even if there is only one person on the booking, you must fill in all fields. If you are reserving more than one ticket please ensure you enter the name of all attendees so they are reflected on the attendee list.

If there is any problem incurred during the registration process, or if there's anything we can improve on this tool, please contact the Branch Secretary –

Dr Ana M Pedraz
E: Secretary.RAeSLHR@gmail.com
T: 07936 392799

Cancellation policy

If you can no longer attend the event, please email us asap, so we can release the ticket for someone else!

Event Location

About the Organizer

The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Heathrow Branch was formed from the combined London Airport Branches of SLAET (founded in 1950) and RAeS (founded in 1955). The Branch membership principally covers Middlesex, although regular attendees also travel from neighbouring counties and from central London. The Branch meets regularly at British Airways Waterside and all members and non-members will receive a warm welcome!

CONTACT ORGANIZER View other events