Aerospace Research Letters (ASREL) which published twice a year in June and December, is the international publication organ of Necmettin Erbakan University Faculty of Aviation and Space Sciences.
Aerospace Research Letters (ASREL) is the basis for the unbiased and respectable development and distribution of information. Accordingly, the processes implemented are directly reflected in the quality of the work of authors and institutions supporting authors. Letters to be sent to the journal for publication must not have been previously published in another journal and must not have been submitted for publication. Published symposium statements may be published on the condition that this is clearly stated. If it is found that articles sent to Aerospace Research Letters (ASREL) for publication were sent to other journals at the same time, the legal action shall apply. The format of the articles should be drawn according to the writing rules approved by the Editors Board.
The publishing committee shall be authorized by the arbitrator to release, amend, reorganize and correct the articles that are not deemed compliant with the editorial conditions. Submitted letters will not be returned regardless of whether they are published. Arbitrated studies embody and support scientific methods. At this point, it is important that all stakeholders (writers, readers and researchers, publishers, referees and editors) comply with ethical standards. Aerospace Research Letters (ASREL) uses a double-blind arbitration system in which the names of referees and authors are reserved.
No review fees or application fees are charged on articles submitted to the journal.
The author is responsible for all legal responsibilities related to the content of the published articles. Aerospace Research Letters (ASREL) reserves the right to amend the submitted articles and publish or not publish the articles.
The language of the journal is Turkish.
A copyright transfer form must be filled in for text articles to the journal. After the articles are checked, they should be scanned in a similarity (plagiarism) program that has technical validity after international technical validity, and these reports should be uploaded to the system.
Articles with a similarity rate of 15% or more are rejected without the referee submitting the text. Manuscripts that pass this stage are sent to at least two referees by our field editors about the field. Referee suggestions are given by the authors and whether the articles will be published after the revision has been checked.
The withdrawal of the articles that are still in process is carried out with the approval of the Editorial Board.