Increasing Efficiency & Reducing Cost within the Aircraft Maintenance Process using New Technology and Innovative Solutions

5 September 2017

No.4 Hamilton Place, London



Conference Highlight

The Royal Aeronautical Society’s 2017 Airworthiness & Maintenance Conference will be dedicated to showcasing the outcomes of applied research and innovative practical solutions for the aircraft maintenance industry. In particular, the event will focus on the unveiling of solutions which facilitate efficiency and alleviate cost within line and base maintenance operations in both the civil and military aviation sectors.

Why you should attend


The event would give you a first-hand opportunity to see and review a wide range of applied research and practical solutions which address real aircraft maintenance challenges, and/or improve the productivity of systems and processes while reducing cost. Furthermore, the event will provide you with a fantastic professional networking opportunity.

If you would like more information or would like to sponsor this event, please contact the Conference and Events Team on or call +44 (0)20 7670 4345


Non-Member £180 +VAT
RAeS Corporate Partner £150 +VAT
RAeS Member £120 +VAT
RAeS Baseline Member £105 +VAT


Take advantage of preferential hotel rates offered to RAeS Delegates, make a reservation at the Chesterfield Mayfair Hotel or by visiting our dedicated HotelMap for this event

Speaker Details

A full programme will be available shortly.

Michael Adams, Vice President MRO Services, Etihad Airways

Giles Huby, Managing Director, Copernicus Technology Ltd

Damian Murphy, Principal Trainer, Acclino Ireland

Christopher Geiger, Enterprise Sustainment Solutions Chief Engineer, Lockheed Martin

Ma Yandy,MSc Student, Cranfield University

Maurice Pelt, lecturer- Researcher Aviation Engineering, Amsterdam University of Applied Science

Daniels Villanueva, MSc Student, Cranfield University

Ali Baghchehsara, R&D Engineer, VDev Systems and Services



Location Details

No.4 Hamilton Place, London

Royal Aeronautical Society

No.4 Hamilton Place