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CASA 21G Approved – Production Certificate

On the 24th May 2017, the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) approved Australian Aerospace Engineering Pty Ltd (AAE) with a Part 21G Production Certificate to manufacture aeronautical products on a ‘one-off’ basis. The approval details a broad scope to manufacture a wide variety of metallic, composite and electrical components. This approval will further enhance the company’s capabilities and service offering to the aviation community.

Engineering Manager Adam Johnston said “This is yet another significant achievement for our company that will further compliment our product and service offering to Defence and industry. Achieving this certification is testament to our commitment to support operators, maintainers and design organisations across the country”.

Precision CNC machined aerospace parts.

AAE is a customer focused company that operates to the latest revisions of AS9100, AS9110 and AS9120, ensuring customers receive parts and services subject to the highest level of quality control.

For further information on AAE’s certifications and service offerings, please contact Adam Johnston on (02) 60262614 or email adam@austaerospace.com.

Manufacturing Services

To compliment Australian Aerospace Engineering’s (AAE) major structural repair and MRO service offering, the company is now providing low volume manufacturing services to Defence and industry. Leveraging the company’s established quality control systems, along with its extensive milling, turning, sheet metal and composite manufacturing capabilities, AAE can offer a specialised manufacturing service.

“Typically we see requirements for a low volume number of parts to be made in accordance with approved data, typically from a Part 21M design organisation,” said Engineering Manager Adam Johnston. “The design data for aviation related products normally has tight tolerances and unique material specifications. Our capability, experience and attention to detail provides the best fit for low volume, high quality output. We always work closely with the end user and the design organisation to deliver the most economic and timely manufacturing service possible,” said Adam.

Demand has driven the company to pursue CASA Part 21G approval which will allow the certification of one-off manufactured aeronautical parts. The pursuit of this certification will be part of a much larger effort to elevate the company’s accreditations, and estimated achievement is for the 2nd Quarter 2017.

“Interestingly we have also seen demand for our manufacturing services from the Land space, and we are hopeful that some of these opportunities will eventuate in the near future. In the mean time we will continue to focus on the Defence and industry aerospace markets which have already been fruitful,” said Colin.

For further information, please contact Adam Johnston on (02) 60262614 or adam@austaerospace.com