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. 

Join the dedicated Airworthiness and Maintenance LinkedIn Group for updates and news.

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NEWS AND EVENTS

  • 30 Sep
    Conference

    Detect and Avoid - Enabling Safe RPAS Operations Beyond Visual Line of Sight

    This workshop will bring RPAS civil, government and military operators, regulators, RPAS manufacturers and technology developers together to better understand and discuss the "detect and avoid" challenge.

  • 1 Oct
    Conference

    Education and Skills Conference 2014

    The need to attract, inspire, recruit and train new staff on a sustainable basis has long been recognised by the aviation and aerospace sectors. New opportunities and pathways are now becoming available that will enable the industry to start filling the “skills gap”. The Society's second annual Education and Skills Conference will look at how various organisations and industry partners are working together to address skills needs for the aerospace and aviation sector, from engaging with and trai

  • 1 Oct
    Named Lecture

    Cierva Named Lecture 2014

    The Cierva Lecture is named after Juan de la Cierva, FRAeS, an aeronautical engineer who pioneered rotary flight. In 1926 with the backing of the Weir brothers he formed the Cierva Autogiro Company and it was his development of rotor blade design and articulated rotor blades, which played a major role in the first successful helicopter in 1936.

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