Become a registered member of the Royal Aeronautical Society
The Society is a global melting pot of opinion on the very latest developments in the aerospace industry. Knowledge and ideas are openly debated at the Society's conferences and lectures, and reported in its journals, magazines and newsletters.
Our membership is made up from a diverse range of professions including aircrew, air traffic control, systems design, engineering, military and civilian MOD professionals as well as professions servingz industry like law, and recruitment and as a result our field of expertise is broad.
As a prominent, independent, authoritative body, the Society has a significant influence on the issues confronting today's aerospace community. This includes building strategic relationships with the world's leading aerospace organisations.
The Society also plays a key role in the wider, public arena by briefing the media, providing topical comment, advising boards of public enquiry and generally raising the profile of the aerospace community.
The Society has a grade of membership for everyone - from captains of industry to those who are simply interested in aviation. The highest grade for which members can seek election is Fellow (FRAeS). Other grades are Companion (CRAeS), Member (MRAeS), Associate Member (AMRAeS), Associate (ARAeS) and Affiliate.
For joining the Society please change here to the ⇒RAeS website.
As a Society member the fee for the Hamburg Branch is free. Please inform us if you are an RAeS member living within the Hamburg Metropol Region
Hamburg Branch Membership
Membership of the RAeS Hamburg Branch is open to everyone. Membership of the Royal Aeronautical Society is not a requirement for membership of the RAeS Hamburg Branch.
If you are interested in our events and lectures and would like to support us why not become a Branch Member? This costs an annual fee of €25 and gives you the benefit of priority booking and special rates for many of our events.
Please note that by registering as a Hamburg Branch Member you do not become a registered member of the RAeS - this requires a subscription to be paid with the RAeS directly.