Steve PurvinasWelcome

The Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers’ Association (ALAEA) is a federally registered Australian organisation that represents the industrial, technical and professional interests of Licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (LAMEs). Formed in 1964, ALAEA’s membership includes most LAMEs employed in regular public transport and regional airlines, and has widespread coverage of LAMEs in General Aviation right across Australia. Read more about ALAEA

Steve Purvinas, Federal Secretary

Final Report: The Future of Aircraft Maintenance in Australia

After 4 years of intensive research and analysis the University of NSW's Business School's Industrial Relations Research Centre has released their final report into the future of aircraft maintenance in Australia. A copy can be downloaded here.

Report Cover

TSS Benchmark book

The Qantas TSS Benchmark book (7 September 2015) is a reference tool which is to be used for the application of the Hay Band methodology. A copy can be downloaded here.

TSS Benchmark book

Safety Checks Stopped

Number of defects on Qantas aircraft likely to have gone undetected since 14th June 2012 when Aircraft Engineers were ordered by Fair Work Australia not to carry out safety checks prior to flights.

46615

What Management destroyed