Welcome to the RAeS Airworthiness & Maintenance Group

The Airworthiness & Maintenance Group is concerned with all aspects of airworthiness and maintenance including design, total quality, regulations, human factors, management, planning, production, material inventories, logistics, economics and health and safety as illustrated in the chart below.

The Group's mandate is to provide inspiration and leadership strategies for the aerospace industry to consider.  Its membership is drawn from both civil and military sections of the industry, and its activities are steered and managed by the A&MG Committee.

A copy of the Group's Terms of Reference is available here

Through conferences, workshops, lectures, and other activities, the group considers significant developments in airworthiness and maintenance, in order to stimulate debates, and facilitate action on key issues while reflecting the constant innovation and progress within the industry. 

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NEWS AND EVENTS

  • 22 Apr
    Branch Event

    AGM & Lecture – A Rummage in the Attic

    Do you have an interesting aviation artefact with a story to tell? For the Derby Branch AGM, in April 2015, we would like to call for speakers from within the Branch membership to take part in a special "Rummage in the Attic" lecture. The format for the evening, after the AGM business, will consist of four short (10-15 min) presentations by volunteer speakers who will display an aviation artefact to the audience and give a description of the artefact's history and their personal link to it

  • 22 Apr
    Branch Event

    Manchester Branch Mini-Lecture Competition

    22nd April 2015 (Please note change of date from that published earlier)THE RAES MANCHESTER BRANCH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND MINI LECTURE COMPETITION (Prize £100) 18.00 Wednesday 22nd April in Conference Room E5, Fourth Floor of the James Lighthill Building, ( formerly Paper Science Building) Sackville Street M1 3NJ University of Manchester . (for directions see below) The Mini Lecture will follow the Anual General Meeting at 18.30

  • 23 Apr
    HQ Lecture

    8 Ton Glider to Autorotating Helo in 12 Seconds

    Paul Edwards, AW609 Test Pilot, AgustaWestland discusses flight testing the AW609 Tiltrotor.

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