Ray Cherry

RGW Cherry & Associates Ltd – Aviation Consultants – Photo of Ray Cherry
SPECIALIST AREAS

  • Aircraft Systems Safety Analysis
  • Fire and Cabin Safety Research
  • Mathematical Modelling
  • Lecturing on System Safety Assessment and Reliability Techniques
  • Aircraft Regulation

Ray Cherry is a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society and a Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, with over 40 years’ experience in the aviation industry. Ray, is a Visiting Professor at Cranfield University and has lectured on their five-day Safety Assessment of Aircraft Systems Course since its inception in 1976.

He continues to lecture on this course, covering a variety of modules and is also one of the Course Administrators s. 

Ray is also a Presenter on the Applied Safety Assessment course and the MSc Course in Human Factors and System Safety Assessment. In addition, as Director of R.G.W. Cherry & Associates Limited, he regularly runs system safety training courses worldwide on aircraft reliability and safety assessment techniques to airworthiness authorities, manufacturers and airlines and is recognised worldwide as an expert in this field.

He has previously served on the JAA Regulation Advisory Panel (formerly known as the Regulation Committee) and the JAR 25 D & F Study Group (formulating the requirements for aeroplane equipment and systems).

Ray also has much experience in the formation and application of certification requirements having had responsibility for the certification of large transport aircraft with most of the world’s leading airworthiness authorities.  In particular, he is expert on the requirements of 25.1309 and its advisory material.

Ray, working for R.G.W. Cherry & Associates Limited, has produced many aircraft safety research studies and benefit analyses published by airworthiness authorities worldwide.  The airworthiness authorities, as part of their rulemaking activities, have commissioned these aircraft safety studies in order to provide guidance on the likely improvements to aircraft safety through regulatory change.

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