About Us

A brief history of RAeS Pakistan division

About us

RAeS Pakistan Division

The Royal Aeronautical Society was founded in 1866, in the UK, as a Learned Society. The society membership embraces all those professionally engaged in Aviation-related fields, at all levels, including disciplines such as engineering, systems, space, flying, aviation medicine, law, marketing, air traffic control, etc.

The Royal Aeronautical Society came into being in Pakistan with the establishment of a Branch at Karachi in 1984, by Capt. E. M. Brown, the then president of RAeS. The Branch was upgraded to a Division in 1992, as Pakistan was considered to have the potential of forming a number of Branches.

Currently, the division has two functional branches:
1. Islamabad Branch
2. PAC Kamra Branch

Corporate Partners

The continued support of Corporate Partners has helped the Pakistan Division to achieve this inconceivable growth in just a couple of years. The Division currently has the following Corporate Partners, who support us in all our actvities and events

Pakistan Air Force

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex - Kamra

TCS

RAeS Officers


AM. Salim Arshad FRAeS

President

Divisional Council

Air Cdre. Arshad Siraj FRAeS

Vice President

Divisional Council

Mr. Hafeez ud Deen FRAeS

Past Vice President

Divisional Council

AVM. Nadeem Tariq FRAeS

Chairman

PAC Kamra Branch

AVM. Aamir Masood FRAeS

Chairman

Islamabad Branch

Mr. Kashan Jafri AMRAeS

Honorary Secretary

Divisional Council

Mr. Khurram Warsi AMRAeS

Honorary Treasurer

Divisional Council

Mr. Saeed Akhtar FRAeS

Member

Divisional Council

Col. Sayed Mukhtar Asif FRAeS

Member

Divisional Council

Mr. Khalid Awan FRAeS

Member

Divisional Council

Capt. J S M Sadiq FRAeS

Member

Divisional Council

AVM. Tubrez Asif FRAeS

Member

Divisional Council

Brig. Imran Rahman FRAeS

Member

Divisional Council

Capt. Mohsin Ausaf Khan MRAeS

Member

Divisional Council

Ms. Adeeba Ghazal MRAeS

Chairperson

Women in Aviation Group

Mr. Rayan Khan ARAeS

Chairperson

Young Persons Group