Technical and Engineering, Engineering general

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Job Role:
Technical and Engineering, Engineering general
Aircraft type:
Boeing B737 NG, Boeing B737 MAX

Job description

Corendon Airlines as a Boeing 737NG&MAX Operator is looking for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers for its Line Stations in Germany.

The journey of our brand began in 2005 under the slogan “Make a difference” with the establishment of Corendon Airlines as the first airline company of the Corendon Tourism Group. Since 2017 Corendon Airlines Europe has been established as part of the Corendon Tourism Group with Maltese registration and is operating flights between European countries. 

As a Boeing 737NG&MAX operator, all our aircraft are equipped with the latest technology avionics compliant with EASA-OPS standards and efficient planning, reduced administration overheads and a transparent tariff system with fair prices ensure that Corendon flights are booked up to full capacity. 

Since their establishment, Corendon Airlines and Corendon Airlines Europe have shown a steady growth. In our company’s 18th year we fly to 165 destinations in 65 countries and transport 6 million passengers each year together with our sister company Corendon Airlines Europe, positioning both companies among the important airlines in Turkey and Europe. 

In the light of this growth we are looking for qualified and experienced Aircraft Maintenance Engineers for our Cologne, Dusseldorf, Nuremberg and Hanover bases to be employed with a German payroll  based on a 4-on / 4-off rostering pattern.


Job Description

  • To perform all aircraft line maintenance jobs according to his authorization of PART-66 Licence
  • To perform and issue all necessary maintenance records and reports (CRS, Technical Log Book, Technical Delay Reports, Daily Status)
  • To ensure that aircrafts are maintained in accordance with up-to-date aircraft manuals and MOE
  • To use necessary tools and equipments for aircraft maintenance and ensure that all tools and equipments are servicable and calibrated
  • To ensure that all parts are servicable and effective which are used on the aircraft.
  • To order necessary components and consumable parts which are used for repairs, defect rectification and scheduled maintenance checks
  • To join flights for trouble shooting and inflight inspections of aircraft system failures in case of need


  • Being EASA Part-66 Licensed with categories B1, B2 or Cat A (B1+B2 preferable)
  • Having B737-800 Type Rating and/or experience (i.e. having 6 months worked on the aircraft in the last 2 years; additional 737MAX type rating and/or experience preferable)
  • Having a minimum of 5-years’ experience required on related types
  • Holder of a valid EU passport allowing unlimited work and travelling
  • Open to work flexible, in shifts and once required with duty layovers at other line stations.
  • Living (or willing to relocate) in Cologne, Nuremberg, Dusseldorf or Hanover.