RAF Museum Conference 2024: The Future of Air Power: The Royal Air Force since 1980 and Beyond – CONFERENCE

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Date / time: 5 September - 6 September, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

RAF Museum, London

RAF Museum Conference 2024: The Future of Air Power: The Royal Air Force since 1980 and Beyond - CONFERENCE


Full details of the event, including how to purchase tickets, can be found here: https://www.rafmuseum.org.uk/london/whats-going-on/events/raf-museum-conference-2024-the-future-of-air-power-the-royal-air-force-since-1980-and-beyond/

Hosted at the Royal Air Force Museum, London, the two-day conference will explore will explore the complex ways in which air forces have adapted to the changing threats in a globalised world since the 1980s. Speakers will cover topics relating to air forces, their personnel and technologies, the economies and societies with which they interact, the conflicts in which they have engaged, and the global context with which they are connected.

The Conference runs from Thursday 5 September through Friday 6 September, starting at 9am and finishing at 5pm on both days.


This hybrid conference will be hosted in-person at the RAF Museum’s London site in the Lecture Theatre. The cost of attending the conference in-person for both days is £60; this covers registration, refreshments and lunch for both days.

The RAF Museum is making up to one third of the Conference tickets available at a concession price of £40. Concession tickets are intended for students, retired delegates and those who define themselves as being on a limited budget. Registration is required via Digitickets.

As the Conference commences before the Museum’s standard opening time, we ask attendees to entire via the low gate which connects the main car park to the outdoor space in front of Hangars 3, 4 and 5.


In order to make the event accessible to a wide audience, The full event will be livestreamed on Crowdcast for free. The Conference will also be available to watch back in its entirety afterwards. If you wish to support the Museum you can donate directly through Crowdcast.


The programme will for the Conference will be available from August 2024. Please note that changes in circumstances may require the programme to be altered; please consult the programme to see the start time for each session.