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July 27, 2018 in Type Training, EASA Part 147

How much do aircraft maintenance professionals earn after Type Training certification?

As an aircraft maintenance professionals, just as in any other profession, whenever you start thinking about making a career move, you go over the pros and cons of the decision. Some of the aspects you want to address are whether you will like the new tasks or responsibilities you will be faced with, whether you will enjoy the new challenges ahead or ...

How to boost your career with aircraft maintenance training

If you wake up one day with a spot on your skin, who would you trust more with the diagnosis? A general practitioner medical doctor or a specialist dermatologist? Well, as the doctors in the aircraft maintenance field, aviation maintenance technicians with a specialty are trusted with more specific cases, and to get such expertise you need to complete a ...

10 Facts that you have to know about EASA technical Type Training

We have been covering all the journey of becoming an expert Aircraft Maintenance Technician. Today, we will pin point 10 facts about EASA or European Aviation Safety Agency Technical Training you need to keep in mind when you are about to pursue a Type course.

10 Tips for maintenance technician to choose a good Type aircraft Training centre in Europe

In this article, we will cover tips that will help you choosing an aircraft training centre in Europe, but we will also prompt you with some personal questions that you have to make to yourself to really get started with the right foot. So be ready for a little reflection time during the reading of the article and we hope that these tips will be useful for ...

Aircraft MRO career outlook: education, duties, salary and job offers

Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) or simply Aircraft MRO maintenance is a complex task involving work on structures, interiors, systems, and avionics. The elements that make up the aircraft are assembled and disassembled, following a revision procedure that follows national and international regulations taking as a fundamental variable the ...

What is the difference between EASA Part 66 and Part 147

If you are all in about becoming an Aircraft Maintenance Technician, then you are already quite used to understanding regulations. You are diving into a highly regulated sector, and that is why it is essential that you are aware and able to properly identify which standards govern this profession.


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