The Aeronautical Journal Online Submission System
Authors must submit using the online submission and peer review system, Editorial Manager. The receipt of papers will be acknowledged by email with a reference number which should be used in all correspondence. All queries should be directed to the Editorial Office.
Authors should not enter keywords on the manuscript, as these must be chosen by the author during the online submission process and will then be added during the production process.
Suggested and Opposed Reviewers
The author will be invited to suggest some appropriate referees and a suitable Associate Editor if they wish, though this is not mandatory. A list of Associate Editors can be found on The Aeronautical Journal website. The Editor reserves the right not to use the suggested Associate Editors or referees and referees’ identities are not revealed during or after the review process.
The author can name referees they would prefer not to be used, giving a reason, eg conflict of interest, previous dispute. This section is not mandatory.
Relevant material which is not suitable for inclusion in the main article body, such as movies or numerical simulations/animations, can be uploaded as part of the initial submission. Each individual file must be accompanied by a separate caption and a suitable title (which can be provided in a Word file), such as ‘Movie 1’, and large files should be archived as a .zip or .tar file before uploading. Each individual supplementary file should be no more than 10MB. Upon publication these materials will then be hosted online alongside the final published article. Likewise, should there be detailed mathematical relations, tables or figures which are likely to be useful only to a few specialists, these can also be published online as supplementary material. Note that supplementary material is published ‘as is’, with no further production performed. For further support, please see our supplementary material preparation instructions.
Where relevant we encourage authors to publish additional qualitative or quantitative research outputs in an appropriate repository, and cite these in manuscripts
This journal uses a single-blind peer review model. This means that the identity of the authors is known to the peer reviewers, but the identity of the peer reviewers is not known to the authors. For further details please refer to the Peer Review Information Pages.