Why Join the BAAC?

1. Membership confers the prestige of associating with consultants who have direct access to the House of Lords and aviation Regulatory Bodies such as the Civil Aviation Authority, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration.

2. Promote yourself to the Aviation industry Worldwide via this website.

3. Individual Members of the BAAC may claim the credibility of their adhering to a strict Code of Conduct.

A WORD FROM OUR CHAIRMAN

Aptus ad Serviendum – Qualified to Serve.

Thank you for your interest in the British Association of Aviation Consultants. Whether you are a consultant looking to join us, or someone looking for advice or help with an aviation problem or project, I hope you will find what you need on our website.

The Association is made up of a remarkable mix of consultants in all fields of aviation and has provided me with an excellent network of like-minded professionals with a deep interest in and love of aviation in all its forms – from microlights to the largest Airbus, grass strips to major international airports, drones to airships.  Name the subject and a BAAC member should be able to help.

Originally the Association was formed to represent the views and further the interests of its Members. The BAAC motto translates as “Qualified to Serve” and all applicants must satisfy this professional body that they have the experience and qualifications to enable them to act as Registered Aviation Consultants before they can be admitted to the membership.  So, if you are looking to join us, please check the qualifications for admission and if you think you fit the bill, complete the form on the same page. We are always looking for new Members and, as aviation seems to be an ageing industry, we need some younger consultants to join us as a matter of some urgency! 

If you are looking for the assistance of a BAAC consultant, then you can either search by subject or specialisation or, if you have a name in mind, you can go to the alphabetical list of Members.  You can also contact us through our Facebook page or on Twitter.

The BAAC Secretary can be contacted using the Contact Form.  Your request will be circulated to Members considered best qualified to assist and hopefully you will be put in touch with the best person to help you.  The BAAC does not actually recommend an individual Member, it just puts you in touch and you must deal with any contact provided on an individual basis.  You can also contact me on baaconsult@gmail.com if you have any questions about the Association.  My details are also listed as a Consultant in the usual way on the website.

All Members are expected to work to the BAAC Code of Conduct so you can be assured of a professional service from an experienced and responsible expert.

I hope you find what you were looking for and that we have been able to help.

 

Bob Commander
January 2018