Wagner Aeronautical provides engineering services to owners and operators of both small and large transport category airplanes and helicopters. Projects range from small programs, such as repairs and alternate methods of compliance (AMOCs) to large programs, such as passenger-to-freighter conversions.
Additionally, Wagner Aeronautical has managed many certification projects and has established a close working relationship with the FAA. Engineering capabilities include generating all drawings, testing, substantiation reports, and other documentation required to design, modify, certify, install and maintain a product or aircraft configuration. All certification documentation and reports are in a format required by airworthiness agencies and aircraft operators. Certification efforts have been coordinated with multiple FAA Aircraft Certification Offices – including Atlanta, Denver, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, and Seattle – and various directorates.
Wagner has also worked with various foreign regulatory authorities to obtain certification – including Brazilian ANAC, Chinese CAAC, EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency), Transport Canada, and UK CAA.
Wagner Aeronautical's resource capabilities cover the following:
Structural and Systems Design
System Safety Analysis
Finite Element Model – Create, Validate, and Utilize
Fatigue and Damage Tolerance Analysis
Flight and Ground Test
Manufacturing Support – Quality Assurance, Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA), Material Review Board (MRB), Liaison
Re-certification / airworthiness projects
Aerospatiale AS-350 & AS-355
Boeing 757 / 767 / 777
McDonnell Douglas DC-10
Teledyne Ryan Tier II