For the 9th time, on 12 October 2018, from 17 p.m. to 23 p.m., there will be a Night at the Institute of Aviation. This is the largest educational event in Poland, the aim of which is to popularize the Polish aerospace sector and promote engineering professions.
The event is addressed to all fans of aviation, aircraft, space, science, technology and for those who are curious about the world and like to actively spend their free time. During the event you will be able to meet civilian and military pilots, paratroopers, representatives of Warsaw airports, engineers, astronomers, astronaut, scientists, students and many other exceptional people. The areas related to space, new technologies and aviation will be presented. This year’s edition will feature a special discussion panel on the role of women in typically male professions, to which seven unusual women associated with aeronautics have been invited.
This one night of the year will be a rare opportunity to visit the laboratories of the Institute of Aviation. You will see, among others, wind tunnel, rocket ILR-33 “Amber”, which after the last edition of the Night scored its first successful start, MOSUPS unmanned aerial vehicle, SUDIL anti-drone system, robot for laying composite straps and aircraft engines. The star of the whole evening will be the Polish astronaut Mirosław Hermaszewski.
The event is being carried out as part of celebrating the century of independence and the centuries of Polish aviation.
The Polish Space Industry Association became honorary patron of the Night at the Institute of Aviation.
Admission to the event is free.
We cordially invite you to participate in the Night at the Institute of Aviation!