Welcome to the AESQ Support Portal

Click “Read More” button for information on AS13100, training, FAQs, Reference Manuals and more.

Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Strategy Group™

AESQ Zero Defects

In 2012, top executives from Rolls-Royce, Pratt & Whitney, GE Aviation, and Safran tasked their senior quality executives to work collectively to drive rapid change throughout the aerospace engine supply chain.  The group subsequently formed the G-22 Technical Committee in 2013 and the Aerospace Engine Supplier Quality (AESQ) Strategy Group™ in 2015 to collaboratively create uniform standards and deploy and support these common supplier requirements.

AESQ Leading Aerospace into the Future

The Aerospace Industry


Formation of AESQ


The Need for AS13100


Overview of AS13100


AS13100 Executive Summary


2022 Year End Report

Read More

AESQ now includes ten corporate members, including GE Aviation, GKN Aerospace, Honeywell, Howmet Aerospace, IHI, MTU Aero Engines, PCC Precision Castparts, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, and Safran and six members including Cincinnati Thermal Spray, Collins Aerospace, Consolidated Precision Products, Parker Meggitt, Rolled Alloys and Solar Atmospheres. Thirteen AESQ Reference Manuals have been issued supporting the publication of AS13100 by the SAE G-22 Technical Committee. AESQ has also deployed a free AS13100 Executive Overview Video series plus AS13100 Requirements and Quality Foundations Training Courses. Supplementary documents, guidance, forms and checklists are available to assist with the implementation of the standard.

In addition, AESQ has partnered with SAE International Professional Development creating a training program for the Delegated Product Release Verification (DPRV) Training Requirements (AS13001A), which has trained more than 18,000 individuals in 8 languages and 43 countries and saved more than $50 million in supplier compliance costs. Through SAE ITC® sister program Probitas Authentication™, a DPRV training and certification program was developed offering consistent certification to all course participants with Probitas Authentication managing the entire certification and recertification process.

Year End Report 2022.JPG


To enable and accelerate the achievement of Zero Defects and a quality first culture across the global aero engine supply chain.

So that:

  • Safety is assured
  • Disruption is reduced
  • Cost of Poor Quality is eliminated


  • Collaboration and shared learning
  • Development of capability and expertise
  • Implementation of simplified and common standards

AESQ Strategy Group Members

AESQ Members

Cincinnati Thermal Spray

Collins Aerospace

Consolidated Precision Products (CPP)

ITP Aero

Parker Meggitt

Rolled Alloys

Solar Atmospheres


How to Become an AESQ Member