CAREER PROSPECTS

Airbus estimates demand for 550 000 new maintenance engineers by the year of 2036. Aerospace engineering technological progress is so agile that the aviation industry is continuously seeking for the best professionals. The requirements for most airlines and maintenance organizations in Europe and those maintaining EU registered aircrafts worldwide, is to have certifying personnel holding the EASA Part 66 AML (aircraft maintenance licence).

COURSES

Basic B1.1 training

Consultations

Airport Operations

Non PART training

NEWS

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Enroll to Part 66 Basic Training course and become a B1.1 certified Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic