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AES Global gains Egyptian Part 21 Design Approval

Posted 3 January 2019 · Add Comment

Aerospace Engineering Solutions (AES Global), a UK based aerospace design and certification organisation, has obtained Egyptian Civil Aviation Regulations (ECAR) Part 21 approval from the Egyptian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) Approved Design Organisation.

 

The approval (certification number ECAA/AW/AE/I0151/R0) demonstrates that AES Global is in compliance with all regulatory requirements to perform design activities for Egyptian registered aircraft and will give their customers access to the company’s catalogue of over 2000 approved changes.

AES Global also hold EASA and GCAA Part 21J Approval.

Anton Heissig, director and head of Design for AES Global said: “Adding the ECAR Part 21 approval to our scope of approvals shows our continued commitment to our customers. This will allow us to build stronger relationships and look forward to serving Egyptian registered operators with innovative and cost-effective design solutions.”

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