AS13100 is a standard titled, Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Quality Management System Requirements for Aero Engine Design and Production Organizations.  It is intended to be flowed down contractually as a customer requirement in PO’s and supplier manuals by the engine makers.

AS9100 certification is already required by engine makers of their suppliers.  

AS13100 is broken into 3 chapters:

Core Tools adapted for the Aerospace Industry

The AESQ has taken the automotive core tools and has adapted them to fit the aerospace industry.  They have even developed their own Reference Manuals which the AS13100 standard points to for guidance, just like the automotive core tools (APQP/Control Plan, FMEA, PPAP, MSA, SPC). 

Below is the list of AESQ Reference Manuals (some of which used to be AS standards with the same numbers, but have been replaced by AS13100 and these reference manuals):

There is an industry desire to have the first-tier suppliers in compliance by the end of 2022, and all the aero engine makers have communicated the requirements and timeline to their suppliers.

QSG’S aerospace quality experts are also here to help, and have already helped some engine parts suppliers to:

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