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AES Global expands with Ireland office

Posted 19 February 2019 · Add Comment

UK and EU aerospace design and certification organisation, Aerospace Engineering Solutions (AES Global), has extended its operations and has opened an engineering design office in Shannon, Ireland.


Courtesy AES Global
 
To enhance this expansion, AES Global has gained EASA Part 21 approval for its Irish base, introducing DOA AES Global, trading under Aerospace Engineering Solutions.
 
The opening of its Shannon office signifies the continuation of the company’s growth plans in Ireland, providing local employment and adding engineering capabilities to meet with customer and regulatory demands.
 
Throughout AES Global’s 20 year history to date, the company remains to be a reliable design and certification organisation for the local community of lessors and airlines, providing cost effective design solutions to the aerospace community. Its “One-Stop-Shop” philosophy means DOA AES Global can fully support and understand the needs of its customers and can provide innovative solutions which meet European rules for operators.
 
Eamonn McAuley, Director of Engineering in Ireland for Aerospace Engineering Solutions said: “I am extremely excited to be leading the Irish expansion of a well-established, yet dynamic and growing brand and I look forward to bringing my expertise and vision for growth to the company. The move to Ireland and particularly the Shannon zone, is testament to AES Global’s well established Irish customer base and also brings to the area enhanced Part 21 experience backed up by quality and reliability.”

 

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