Airbus estimates demand for 550 000 new maintenance engineers by the year of 2036 as the value of the global MRO (Maintenance Repair Organization) market doubles from $60 billion to $120 billion by 2036.
Part 66 Sub. Category B1.1 – mechanical (aircraft structure, jet engine, mechanical and electrical systems) for turbine powered aeroplanes. It is a training courses required for the Aircraft Maintenance License delivery, validated after 2 years of experience. This license, recognized by all the European countries, leads to obtain the authorization to deliver an aircraft certificate of release to service.
As a part of a global industry the aircraft maintenance technician faces rapidly expanding opportunities and challenges (including travelling into space). For the talented aircraft
maintenance technician there are many commercial and international opportunities. The diversity of skills associated with aircraft maintenance is therefore likely to expand.
After successfully completing training course, students are eligible to seek higher career opportunities in aviation industry worldwide and work in different sectors such as aircraft
base maintenance, airline, aircraft leasing, aircraft component and engine overhaul, and aircraft manufacturing commercial and public service sectors, performing a range of processes
on aeronautical products. He or she will undertake a number of processes including inspection, servicing, troubleshooting, removal, installation, rigging, testing and repairing.
Dependent on work location Aircraft Engineer with a B1.1 Certificate earns 3 000 – 4 000 EUR
per month. Aircraft B1.1 Licensed Engineer earns at an average of 5 000 EUR monthly.
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