Entries by Michelle Wiles

Leading the way in aircraft livery design

Aerospace Engineering Solutions (AES) has collaborated with numerous airlines worldwide, providing EASA-approved Part 21J DOA support for exterior liveries and mandatory markings. Our extensive experience enables us to offer services for new and existing liveries, airline rebranding, and retro and promotional liveries. Celebrating success with Brussels Airlines We are proud to be part of this […]

Aircraft Interiors Expo 2024

Please join us at the global marketplace for the world’s cabin interiors and inflight entertainment industry. Aircraft Interiors Expo is the professional platform where airlines, designers, engineers, specifiers, and manufacturers come together to share, collaborate, and find practical and innovative solutions. We will be exhibiting from 28–30 May 2024, where our industry-leading technical experts will […]

Boeing 737NG cabin configurations

Is your Boeing 737NG cabin configurations in compliance with EASA regulations?   In response to the Certification Memorandum CM–21.A–CS–001 Issue 02, titled “Classification Of Design Changes To Cabin Interiors Of Large Aeroplanes,” released by EASA in April 2021, AES has successfully secured six Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) for various seat type configurations on the Boeing […]

AES maintains excellence in DOA audits

Aerospace Engineering Solutions maintains excellence in DOA audits with the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). We are pleased to report that both audits were highly successful, further solidifying AES’s standing as a mature and competent DOA. The Design Organisation Approval Team Leader (DOATL) specifically commended AES, stating, Special […]

Minor modification for portable ELT installation

Aerospace Engineering Solutions introduces a minor modification for portable ELT installation to address EASA requirements with non-rechargeable lithium batteries (NRLB), eliminating the need for STC applications. Meeting EASA requirements EASA CAT.IDE.A.280(a) states that all aircraft with a Maximum Operational Passenger Seating Configuration (MOPSC) exceeding 19 must be equipped with at least one automatic ELT, with […]

Boeing 737NG galley replacement

Aerospace Engineering Solutions has successfully obtained EASA approved Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) for Boeing 737NG galley replacement. Galley installations (or replacement galleys), whether driven by factors such as damage beyond economic repair, alternative arrangement needs, or operational requirements for new operators, are essential to aircraft functionality. Sometimes, operators require specific galley insert arrangements that are […]

DOA & CAMO partnership

Aerospace Engineering Solutions and Air Worthy, Italian Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO), are delighted to announce a DOA & CAMO partnership. Under the combined expertise of AES and Air Worthy, this venture seamlessly integrates the strengths of both companies in aircraft safety, design, and modifications. By harnessing AES’s unparalleled EASA Part 21J scope of approval […]

Join us at MRO Europe 2023

Please join us at MRO Europe 2023. Attracting over 9,000 attendees, it is the largest event of its kind in the region and is a unique opportunity to connect with the entire aviation aftermarket. The two-day exhibition features over 450 exhibitors from around the world, representing all levels of the airline supply chain. Aerospace Engineering […]

AES Summer Update 2023

Welcome to AES Summer update 2023. We are thrilled to share how Aerospace Engineering Solutions, an industry leading Part 21J Design Organisation (DOA) have performed this year so far with ground-breaking expansion, growing customer base and capabilities, new additions to our team and much more! AES Spain Aerospace Engineering Solutions, newly launched in Spain, has […]

Aircraft lessor DOA expectations

An aircraft lessor or airline typically looks for certain qualities in a DOA holder and there are many factors they consider important: Compliance: The DOA holder should have a strong track record of compliance with regulatory requirements and standards set by aviation authorities. This ensures that the designs and modifications performed by the DOA meet […]