AJW Group launches AJW Technique Engineering

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Flight June 23AJW Group announced the launch of its new engineering division, AJW Technique Engineering. This division will provide comprehensive support for a range of Part 21J Design, Part 21G Production, and Part 145 maintenance services.

AJW Technique Engineering is set to commence operations in the fourth quarter of 2023 and aims to leverage AJW Group’s extensive expertise and experience in the aerospace sector. With its headquarters strategically located in the United Kingdom, AJW Technique Engineering will cater to global clients and operate worldwide.

The envisioned scope of work includes a diverse range of services such as cabin interiors design, engineering, modification, repair, and manufacturing for both commercial and VIP sectors, P2F cargo conversions, composite repair, and engine structural repair.

The Part 21J Design services offered will encompass the development and approval of modifications and repairs, ensuring compliance with industry regulations and safety standards (UK CAA, EASA, GCAA & FAA). The division’s skilled Design Organisation Approval (DOA) and Production Organisation Approval (POA) team will work closely with customers to provide tailored design solutions that optimise aircraft performance and enhance passenger experience.

AJW Technique Engineering’s Part 21G Production services will focus on manufacturing and certifying aircraft parts, adhering to rigorous quality control processes and industry-leading manufacturing practices, for example EASA European Part Approval (EPA) and FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) parts. This capability will further bolster AJW’s ability to provide integrated solutions and improve operational efficiency for its customers.

In addition, AJW Technique Engineering’s Part 145 services will deliver comprehensive aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) solutions. The division’s experienced technicians and engineers will leverage cutting-edge technology and industry best practices to ensure the highest standards of safety and reliability for aircraft operators worldwide.

The design and production office of AJW Technique Engineering will be based in the United Kingdom, strategically positioned to facilitate collaboration with industry partners, suppliers, and clients and offer its services globally, to meet the needs of the aerospace community.

Chairman of AJW Group, Christopher Whiteside, expressed his enthusiasm about the launch, stating, “With the establishment of AJW Technique Engineering, we are taking a significant step forward in expanding our capabilities and enhancing our ability to deliver comprehensive engineering solutions to the aerospace industry. This new division will further strengthen our position as a trusted partner and provider of innovative services worldwide.”

AJW Group introduces SkyLeather Seats to Azerbaijan Airlines
AJW Technique Interiors, a division of AJW Group, announced it has signed a deal with  Azerbaijan Airlines to install SkyLeather Seats, on three of its A319 and six of its A320 aircraft. This installation marks a leap forward in passenger comfort and sustainability within the aviation industry.

Developed in collaboration with manufacturing partner Autostop Aviation, SkyLeather  offers significant advantages over natural leather. This innovative manmade material not only delivers enhanced durability and easy cleanability but also offers substantial weight savings, reducing the aircraft’s overall weight. By adopting SkyLeather, Azerbaijan Airlines will achieve a notable reduction in fuel consumption, contributing to a more sustainable and eco-friendly operation.

The implementation of SkyLeather also translates into significant cost savings for the airline. Its exceptional durability and easy-to-clean surface contribute to a reduction in Direct Maintenance Costs (DMC), allowing for efficient seat maintenance and a superior cabin appearance. These benefits extend to passengers, who will enjoy an enhanced flying experience with comfortable and visually appealing seating.

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