Aeroclass partners with FL Technics Training and Storm Aviation to help meet the demand for MRO specialists

Company News · 1 min read · Jun 06, 2022
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With the global commercial aircraft fleet expected to reach almost 40,000 aircraft by 2032, the aviation industry finds itself in a dire need of maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) specialists. Understanding the high demand for maintenance professionals, we have set out to help meet the demand.

Experts have forecasted that during the next 20 years over half a million MRO professionals would be needed in order to service and maintain the global aircraft fleet – and specialists in the engineering field are one of the top ones in demand. To help bring in more professionals into the MRO segment of the aviation industry, we have teamed up with our sister companies FL Technics, a global provider of full-scope aircraft MRO services, with over 20 years of experience in the field, and Storm Aviation, a UK-registered MRO company operating under UK-issued EASA Part-145 and EASA Part-147 Approvals. Both companies have the industry experience and knowledge that is incredibly valuable for aviation newcomers. That is why we presented them with the right tools to deliver the knowledge in an accessible and convenient way to the future specialists.

United Airlines aircraft being serviced by engineers before a flight.

Anca Gosling, Training Content and Development Director, commented: “With the help of FL Technics and Storm Aviation, whose extensive experience in aircraft maintenance and delivering training for licensed aircraft engineers is invaluable, we are able to provide the opportunity to understand the aircraft engineer role better, especially for those who might be thinking about a career change.”

The How to Become a Licensed Part-66 Engineer course covers the essentials of the maintenance engineering role. It includes what the EASA Part 66 licence is, how it is used in an EASA Part-145 maintenance repair organization and how such licence is gained. At the end of the course, the students will understand what a licensed aircraft engineer is, what they do, how they do it, and most importantly, how anyone can become an EASA Part 66 licensed aircraft engineer.

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