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22 Aug 2018

Jet-Care GPA engine trend programs achieve AS9100 revision D certification

Jet-Care, the independent leader in engine trend monitoring services for the aviation industry, today announced the successful completion of its yearly quality audit with LRQA (Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance), for their Gas Path Analysis (GPA) engine trend programs.

The extensive audit has allowed Jet-Care to successfully achieve AS9100 Revision D certification, the aerospace industry quality and risk management standard; the highest available to companies providing aviation services of this type.    The scope of the accreditation applies to ‘the analysis and interpretation of flight and other data for the purposes of assessing engine condition’.   

“We have held the AS9100 accreditation since 2007 giving assurance to our GPA customers that we maintain a stringent quality management system and that the service we provide is of the highest quality available” said Jim Lawrie, Jet-Care GPA Operations Manager.  “The new revision D certification has increased focus on risk management, customer satisfaction and feedback – all areas at the core of the quality management system of our engine trend monitoring service”.

As the only independent engine trend monitoring company [1] with Lloyds Register Quality Assurance accreditation for AS9100 and ISO9001 Quality Management System standards, Jet-Care has over 37 years of experience delivering a proven and trusted alternative to OEM programs.

Today Jet-Care offers a broad range of engine trend programs, allowing operators with mixed fleets to choose just one provider for all their trend monitoring needs. For more details click the link to view the GPA video and find out more about the benefits of the Jet-Care GPA trend monitoring programs. 


[1]  Information correct as at 12 June 2018 according to OASIS (Online Aerospace Supplier Information System), the system owned and maintained by International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG).