The AS9110 quality system for aviation maintenance organizations is applied in addition to contractual and applicable law and regulatory requirements. A significant goal of the AS9110 standard is to adopt a process-oriented method of management.

At-PQC™ AS9110 Quality System Bare Minimum Kit

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The AS9110B quality system for aviation maintenance emphasizes the importance of:

  • considering processes in terms of added value,
  • continuous improvement of processes based on objective measurement,
  • obtaining results of process performance and effectiveness,
  • understanding, meeting and integrating Customer requirements.

The AS9110B standard coordinates its updates with ISO 9001, which continuously improve to keep pace with industry requirements.

A key component of the “AS9110 quality system” is Risk Management, which is common practice in Aviation.

If your Company desires to register its quality program, consider purchasing the SAE sponsored standard to support your project. Click the following link to learn more about the AS9110 standard on SAE AS9110B Aviation Maintenance Standard.

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At-PQC™ AS9110 Quality System Bare Minimum Kit, $197

This is the old AS9110B integrated with ISO 9001:2015.

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The At-PQC™ AS9110 Rev: “B” quality system bare minimum kit has been updated to integrate requirements from ISO 9001:2015.

The bare minimum aviation maintenance kit is useful for businesses that want to upgrade their AS9110B QMS to apply the latest ISO 9001:2015 requirements.

Your Company can’t get a pedigree using this kit but the kit will prepare you for the next release of AS9110. Expect AS9110C to be released in October/November/December 2016.

The AS9110 bare minimum kit is useful for businesses that don’t want any more documents than absolutely necessary to achieve compliance with the SAE sponsored standard.

Browse the “OLD” Demo AS9110 Bare Minimum Kit with the following Username and Password: as9110 quality system

The At-PQC™ AS9110B quality system bare minimum kit contains all documents listed below:


  • QMS-00 Manual (Click here to browse a portion of the ISO 9001:2015 demo handbook using the above Username and Password)
  • QMS-01 Document Control
  • QMS-02 Configuration Management
  • QMS-03 Records Control
  • QMS-04 Management Process
  • QMS-05 Responsibilities Authorities
  • QMS-06 Training Program
  • QMS-07 Proposal Development and Contract Review
  • QMS-08 Purchasing
  • QMS-08-1 Purchase Order Review
  • QMS-09 Receiving
  • QMS-10 Maintenance
  • QMS-11 Shipping
  • QMS-12 Internal Auditing
  • QMS-13 Corrective and Preventive Action
  • QMS-14 Control of Nonconforming Product
  • QMS-15 Calibration
  • QMS-16 Definitions and Abbreviations
  • QMS-17 Design and Development
  • QMS-18 Risk Mitigation and Planning
  • QMS Introduction (for training)


  • Calibration Reference Only Tag
  • Calibration Seal
  • Calibration System Forms
  • Contract Review Forms
  • Corrective Action Request
  • Counterfeit Control Plan
  • Customer Perception Survey
  • Customer Satisfaction Survey
  • Design Review (work instruction in download)
  • Dimensional Analysis Form (other styles in download)
  • Engineering Order Form (EO, Commercial, change control form)
  • First Application Inspection, General Purpose (instructions in download)
  • Inspection Instruction (form to detail onsite inspections)
  • Inspection Record (form to record results of onsite inspections)
  • Inspection Report (revise as required to summarize onsite performance)
  • Inspection Summary (optional style in download)
  • Inspector Stamp Log
  • Internal Audit Report (in download)
  • Management Meeting Report
  • Nonconformance Report, RFS (other styles in download)
  • Policy Handout in download
  • Procedure Template-1 (other styles in download)
  • Property Certification from Supplier
  • Property Control Tag
  • Property Management Log
  • Property Record
  • Quality Systems Assessment in download
  • Receiving Hold for Inspection Tag
  • Receiving Inspection Instructions
  • Receiving Inspection Record
  • Receiving Log
  • Risk Analysis Form
  • Risk Analysis Work Instruction
  • Risk Assessment, Critical Elements
  • Risk Identification Checklist and Charter Register
  • Risk Status Report
  • Routing Ticket (other styles in download)
  • Shelf Life Expiration Log
  • Supplier Evaluation (demonstrate control of Suppliers)
  • Supplier Quality Requirements (flowdown to Suppliers)
  • Supplier Survey
  • Training Log
  • Validation-Verification Form
  • Work Instruction (other styles in download)
  • Zero Acceptance Number Sampling Plan (standalone table in download)


  • 8-Step Quality System Implementation in download
  • 5S in download (Sort, Straighten, Shine, Standardize, Sustain)
  • Bulletin (for documenting controlled deviation from requirements)
  • Calculated Risk Release
  • Changes in AS9110B
  • Changes in ISO 9001:2008
  • Schedule to QMS Registration
  • Training Certificate-1
  • Training Certificate-2
  • Training Matrix for QMS Procedures
  • Training Orientation Request Form


  • 8070-1 Service Difficulty Report
  • 8120-11 Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • 8130-3 Authorized Release Certificate
  • 8130-31 Statement of Conformity for Military Aircraft

At-PQC™ AS9110B Quality System Bare Minimum Kit, $197

This is the old revision AS9110B integrated with ISO 9001:2015.

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Changes in AS9110 Quality System, Rev B

Though standards undergo changes from time to time to keep up with updates within a particular industry, the primary driver for this revision was to address European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) feedback to assist in the recognition of the standard by National Aviation Authorities (NAA’s).

Changes to the AS9110B quality system standard for aviation maintenance include the following:

Added the following to the Terms and Definitions section:

  • Airworthy
  • Certified Personnel
  • Certifying Staff

Added additional requirements to clause 4.2.3 for the control of documentation

Expanded the scope of the Management Representative in clause 5.5.2 to include safety related issues

Added product safety to the required Management Review inputs in clause 5.6.2

Added requirements to clause 6.4 to address human factors and performance.

Added clarification to clause 7.1.4 requiring the transfer of work in an acceptable manner to the relevant customers and authorities

Added clarification to clause 7.2.2 to clarify expectations regarding the revision level of technical data

Added content to clause 7.3 to further clarify application of this clause

Modified text/content associated with clause clarifying expectations

Added text/content to clause clarifying expectations to be specific to maintenance that was performed

Added requirement to clause 7.5.2 that special processes comply with the requirements of the applicable technical data issued by the design approval holder

Added requirement to clause 7.6 to clarify expectations tying together the selection of monitoring and measuring equipment/method of calibration/verification to applicable technical data

Added requirement to clause 8.2.1 tying together improvement plans and the organization’s safety policy and safety objectives

Modified requirement to clause 8.2.3 to expand expectations to include any impacts to safety or reliability

Added requirements to clause 8.2.4 to clarify expectations and tying together sampling inspection and technical data/instructions provided by the design approval holder

Added requirement to clause 8.3 requiring authorization from the customer prior to scrapping their property

Though the changes to the AS9110B standard are numerous, none of them are so monumental that they should cause great concern. That said, your auditor will be looking for inclusion of these changes in your AS9110 quality system and objective evidence that your company meets the requirement or the intent of these changes.