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235th National Aerospace Standards Committee Meeting

The National Aerospace Standards Committee (NASC) is a working committee that develops and maintains consensus-based industry standards, primarily for aerospace ...

Aerospace Industry Announces Set of Airworthiness Training Standards

Arlington, Va. (Feb. 15, 2022) – Today, the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) announced a set of new industry standards for ...

Aerospace Industry Announces New Industry Standard for Drone Data Protection and Privacy

Arlington, Va. (Dec. 16, 2021) – Today, the Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) announced a new industry standard to strengthen national ...

AIA’s “2021 Facts & Figures” report details the pandemic’s impact on the A&D industries

Report also provides a glimpse at a post-pandemic recovery Arlington, VA – The COVID-19 pandemic took an immense toll on ...

Prioritizing Safety Through Evolving National Aerospace Standards

For over 75 years, the Aerospace Industries Association has developed National Aerospace Standards that have shaped our industry, enabled innovation, ...

AIA Releases 2020 Facts & Figures Analysis

Facing one of the most challenging years on record, decade-long growth underscores the aerospace and defense industry’s vital role in ...

NAS9945: Airworthiness Engineering Training & Education

Whether they are developed for educators or manufacturers, new standards can help advance the aerospace and defense industry. That’s why ...

Supporting Remote Verification Through New Standards

The COVID-19 pandemic presents the aerospace and defense (A&D) industry with new challenges, requiring the industry to use new, innovative ...

Recommended Guidance for Certification of AM Component

Additive manufacturing is quickly growing in aerospace for production use because of weight savings, design freedom, flow time reduction, and cost savings

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