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Aerospace

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Continuous improvement in the aerospace industry

Security and reliability are the main areas that the aerospace industry aims to safeguard. The products and activities related to this industry are subjected to strict quality requirements, mostly due to the extreme operating conditions and zero tolerance for mistakes. The AENOR certification recognises this effort for constant improvement.

The dedicated commitment of AENOR towards the aerospace sector has made it the only entity in Spain accredited by the National Accreditation Body (ENAC) to provide certifications in the family of Standards UNE-EN 9100. Inspired by the ISO 9001 on quality management, these certificates are for aeronautical component manufacturers, maintenance companies and companies that provide storage and distribution services.

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Specific Aerospace certification

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Aerospace certification
  • EN 9100 Quality in aviation, space and defense organisations
  • EN 9110 Quality in aviation industry maintenance organisations
  • IN 9120 Quality in aerospace matters for aviation, space and defence industry distributors

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Defence certification

Generic certifications most frequently issued within the aerospace industry

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Quality

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R&D&I

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Environment
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Management
  • EMAS EC Regulation 1221/2009
  • ISO 14064​ Organisational carbon footprint (GHG Protocol and industry specifications) ​​

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Energy management

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Safety and Risk

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Good Governance and Compliance

News

High-speed train

​​​​March 2014 - No. 291​

The quality route

​Organisations of any size that design, manufacture or maintain railway products can apply for IRIS certification.

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​​​May 2014 - No. 293

Certifications that open markets

In a complex and global market, consumers demand that the goods and products they acquire are subject to quality guarantees and safety controls.

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​​​​​​March 2017 - No. 324

The future of airports

​​Development of airport infrastructure has lagged behind the growth of travel. Traffic in some main airports has already exceeded planned capacity, while other airports are starting to experience congestion

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