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A.E.I. maintains a constant liaison with Flight Crew Associations which is particular important as we share common interest in the two most important aspects of aviation, ie. that of Flight Operations and that of maintenance which together determine Aircraft Flight safety to a large degree. A.E.I. is constantly seeking new affiliates in order to expand its already established position as the sole international body specially representing the Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
Regulators failing to provide for air passenger safety
19 November, 2013
Non-reported aircraft defects leading to unacceptable safety problems on inbound flights according to the AEI
Safety Warning Ignored by European National Aviation Authorities
17 March, 2008
The Safety Warning AEI published after our congress in London September 2007 and sent to all the european aviation authorities, has received little response, let alone support or acknowledgement from these authorities.
European Aviation Maintenance Standards under threat
28 September, 2007
During the recent Aircraft Engineers International (AEI) Congress, which was held in London and hosted by the UK affiliate ALAE and following lively and heated debate, aircraft licensed maintenance engineers were able to draw conclusions as to the extremely important issues which were raised.
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