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A Repair Station Member is an avionics or instrument facility with a Government-approved repair station. Applications for membership must include radio or instrument ratings, as well as a photocopy of Certified Repair Station Certificate.
A provisional member is a company seeking a government approved repair station certificate with radio and or instrument ratings. A copy of application correspondence, with applicable government agency, must be provided.
An affiliate member is a facility with a Government-approved repair station that does not have radio and/or instrument ratings. Applications for membership must include a photocopy of Certified Repair Station Certificate.
An Associate Member is an avionics manufacturer, instrument manufacturer, test equipment manufacturer, airframe manufacturer, wire/cable manufacturer, major distributor, company dealing in used equipment, trade publications, accessory manufacturer, calibration lab, or consultant to the industry. This type of member must derive the majority of its gross revenues from the above activities.
A Corporate/Commercial Operator member is a Part 121/135 operator. A Part 145 Repair Station certificate is required. A photocopy of the certified repair station certificate is required with the application. Corporate/Commercial Member dues are based on company's size of fleet.
An Academic Member is a school or college offering avionics or maintenance training.
An entity delegated to approve data on behalf of its respective regulatory authority.
NOTE: Government Issued Repair Station Number & List all Radio & Instrument Ratings are required if you are a Repair Station or Corporate/Commercial Operator Member. Government Issued Repair Station Number is required if you are an Affiliate Member.
$40 INITIATION FEE for all new applications
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AEA, 3570 NE Ralph Powell Road, Lee's Summit, MO
Please make checks payable to Aircraft Electronics
The AEA is in the process of updating credit card processing. The migration is expected to extend through the first half of April 2019. During this time, the AEA will not be able process credit cards through the aea.net website.
Please submit your application and the AEA will contact you directly for payment.
If you have any questions, please contact Linda Adams, vice president of member services, at 816-347-8400 or email@example.com
The AEA appreciates your patience and understanding during this migration.
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By submitting this application you agree to the following:
I have read and I accept the Bylaws of the AEA (in accordance to the laws of Missouri), and represent as a condition to membership that I will be governed by such laws as they may exist or may be amended from time to time. I authorize the AEA to make investigation it deems necessary to act on this application. I hereby give the AEA the right to make such inquiry of any corporation, firm or person concerning our business.