See some of the events being sponsored for National Aerospace Week and plan your own event! Download the toolkit for all the information you need.
September 16-19, 20132013 S1000D User Forum and S-Series-Specification DayMore details
September 16, 2013Air and Space Conference and Technology ExpositionMore details
September 17, 2013Avionics for NextGen ConferenceMore details
September 17, 2013Global Aviation CompetitivenessMore details
September 17, 2013Tracking Asteroids Is Not A GameMore details
September 18, 2013Aero Club Foundation – STEM Day with District of Columbia Public SchoolsMore details
September 19, 2013Ohio Aerospace Institute – Member Day on Capitol HillMore details
September 19, 2013AIAA National Capital Section September LuncheonMore details
September 19, 2013The Next Big Thing is Less: Advances in Propulsion Technology Driving Aviation’s FutureMore details
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In a recently published statement, the International Trade Administration’s Under Secretary for International Trade, Francisco Sanchez congratulates the U.S. aerospace and defense industry on its many contributions to the U.S. economy, competitiveness and national security. In his statement the Undersecretary writes, “I extend our thanks to the Aerospace Industries Association and its membership for its [...]More details
In a recent blog post on the NASA website, Administrator Charles Bolden recognizes National Aerospace Week as a time “worth celebrating.” As the focal point of space exploration and discovery, NASA has been on the forefront of innovation for decades and many of their technologies now benefit all human kind every day.
The Aerospace Industries Association [...]
Tracking Asteroids Is Not A Game
September 17, 2013
Carnegie Institution of Science
Did you know that an asteroid half a football field in length can destroy an entire city? We don’t know where asteroids are or which ones might strike Earth next but asteroid impacts are the only global natural disaster we know how to prevent! No [...]
Celebrating Aerospace and Defense – Saving and Improving Lives Every Day
National Aerospace Week – the third week in September annually – was established by AIA in 2010 as an opportunity for the aerospace industry and its supporters to recognize the enormous contribution that the industry makes to America’s economy, competitiveness and national security. To support the effort, both houses of Congress issued a resolution on September 13, 2010 (H.Con.Res.292) establishing the third week in September annually as National Aerospace Week. Since its inception, National Aerospace Week (history) has been a rallying call for interested groups nationwide to demonstrate their support for the industry by sponsoring numerous events nationally and locally during the week.
With federal budgets under great pressure and cuts under sequestration continuing, it’s important especially now that elected officials in Congress and the administration fully appreciate the enormous contribution aerospace and defense makes to America’s well being. We’re reaching out to our members and organizations around the country to highlight key themes and messages during National Aerospace Week.
As in previous years, we need you to get engaged during National Aerospace Week. You can do so by hosting events, communicating with elected officials – nationally and locally – and sponsoring other activities (toolkit). To underscore the importance of the industry and speak volumes at a critical time, National Aerospace Week will tie in with AIA’s multi-year budget campaign Second to None. The industry and the nation appreciate your interest and support. We look forward to having you join us as we work to keep our industry strong and resourceful as it can be.
If you would like to sponsor an event, add an existing event to our national calendar, or want additional information on National Aerospace Week, please refer to the contacts provided on the bottom of this page.More details