EBACE Convention News

AeroEx helps operators make sense of Euro rules

 - May 12, 2009, 6:58 AM

For commercial and noncommercial aviation organizations trying to make sense of new rules and regulations in Europe, Swiss-based AeroEx is drawing on several decades of experience in many sectors of the aviation industry.

“Our experience enables us to quickly identify improvement potentials or training needs and to offer individual consulting solutions, including know-how transfer, implementation and medium- or long-term project monitoring,” said Joel Hencks, one of the managing directors of AeroEx.

“We provide comprehensive support in adopting EASA requirements, industry standards, international aviation regulation, quality management systems as well as compliance monitoring systems,” he said. 

Two of the three managing director/partners are commercial pilots and the third has more than 20 years’ experience in the international aerospace industry.
AeroEx was founded three years ago, and it cooperates with the Center for Aviation Competence of the University of St. Gallen to combine practical experience with current results from research and development.

“Our experts will advise you how to structure you organizational processes,” said Hencks, whose partners are Helmut Gottschalk and Martin Hinkel. “After compiling a detailed assessment report, we advise how you can improve and readjust your internal processes and interfaces. Of course, we will work closely with you to find and implement solutions that are in compliance with any applicable regulations, such as EU-OPS, EASA Part 145, EASA Part M, EN-ISO 9001: 2000/EN 9100 as well as the IS-BAO or IOSA industry standards,” he added.

AeroEx (Booth No. 793) also provides workshops and seminars on a variety of aviation-related topics to management personnel and employees of commercial and noncommercial operators as well as the aircraft industry.

Also in 2009, AeroEx, in its function as EASA e-examination provider, will organize several scheduled “e-examination days,” during which the examinations can be taken. Developed by EASA through open consultation with the agency’s stakeholders, the aim of the e-examination is to promote a high and uniform level of knowledge of EU civil aviation safety legislation.