Our team have significant experience in delivering innovation and excellence in Part 21J engineering, support solutions and services within the aerospace and defence industry.
Having previously been approved to generate design for fixed wing (CS23 & CS25), one of the key additions from our recent audit, is that we are now also approved to work on small and large rotorcraft (CS27 & CS29). Our Terms of Approval have been updated to add Structural Minor Changes and Repairs for the following areas on Rotorcraft:-
- Fuselage & Doors
- Support for External Equipment
Glyn Williams, who is Head of Design for Morson Project’s EASA Part 21J Division, shares:
“Our EASA DOA with Morson Projects has developed and grown each year since 2017, with the addition of new projects and clients.
“Through the Morson Projects EASA DOA we can now offer Service Bulletins (for minor structural changes and repairs) on Rotorcraft. This is a new capability for MPL DOA and gives our clients the option of another DOA to use, in order to deliver a cost-effective solution.
“Adding Rotorcraft to our Terms of Approval allows us to continue this growth and develop new approved design solutions with new clients. We will be looking to expand this approval as we gain more experience in the future.”
As part of our Part 21J approval we have to complete a Continued Surveillance Plan. We are audited every year by EASA and an annual report is generated on our performance, outputs and ability to continue as an approved DOA with privileges.
The EASA Part 21J details the elements required of a design organisation in order to hold an EASA Design Organisation Approval (DOA). The DOA grants privileges for the organisation to design new products, product modifications or repairs and may include approval for these designs.
To find out more about our Aerospace capability, please don’t hesitate to call Glyn on 0161 707 1516 or visit our Aerospace webpage.