Welcome to AeroDEC

A global leader of innovative solutions for aerospace engineering, design, and project management, with offices in the United Kingdom and Singapore.

AeroDEC provides an engineering design service to support the regulatory and operational requirements for commercial airline operators and owners around the world as well as an engineering management consultancy service. 




An international design & certification
service with EASA & FAA approvals

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Project Management, Lease Transition,
EASA CAMO & FAA DAR solutions

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Expertly developed digital continued
Airworthiness publications

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AeroDEC Breaking News

AeroDEC has the latest Industry solutions to include;

A320 Dual Advisory Ice Detection Systems

B737 Single Advisory Ice Detection System

ERJ 190 Cabin Reconfigurations

Cabin LED Lighting retrofit 

ATC ADS-B Out for A320 & B737 series

CPDLC (Controller Pilot Data Link Communications) for B737 & B767

Live Television Satcom Antenna deletion for A320 & B737 series

Lease transition modification packages

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Air Transport News

US Navy releases draft of UCLASS RFP
17 April 2014 22:01

The US Navy has released a draft request for proposal (RFP) for its unmanned carrier-launched airborne surveillance and strike (UCLASS) programme, the service announces in a media statement.

F-35B set to make international debut at RIAT, Farnborough
16 April 2014 19:42

​Thirteen years after full-scale development began, the Lockheed Martin F-35 will make its international debut at the Royal International Air Tattoo and the Farnborough air show in July, the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) announced on 16 April.

ABACE: Minsheng confirmed as buyer of 10 Challenger 350s
16 April 2014 03:45

Bombardier has identified China's Minsheng Financial Leasing as the buyer of 10 Challenger 350 business jets, the order for which was previously announced in December 2013.

US military aviation programmes face $14.2B hit in long-term budget
16 April 2014 01:18

Aircraft and aerial munition suppliers face a $14.2 billion hit over the next five years if the US Congress does not repeal mandatory budget cuts known as sequestration, warns a new report issued on 15 April by the Department of Defense (DOD).

Courtesy of Flight Global