Aircraft Engineering

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Jobs | Walk-In Interview Malaysia December 14th

SINGAPORE JAMCO SERVICES   Will be in Malaysia on Wednesday December 14th 2016, 9:00am – 1:30pm at: AATC-Allied Aeronautics Training Center No. 15, Jalan PJU 1/48, Pusat Dagangan NZX, ARA Damansara, 47301, Petaling Jaya, Delangor   Hiring the following now: Cabin A & C (Base Maintenance) Avionics Structure (Sheet Metal / Composite) Engine (Mechanical) Engine (Electrical) Aircraft Painters Requirements: Minimum 3 years of relevant working experience, excluding OJT / training Diploma (Preferred) or SPM SKM holders cannot be accepted as we are unable to secure a work pass Worked on commercial aircraft from Boeing and Airbus For engine technicians, must have experience on Rolls Royce Trent or GE CFM engines   Please Email the Following: Resume Passport License Educatio...

Free Seminar in Kuala Lumpur Dec 4th | How To Become Airline Pilot or Engineer

Ever thought about an aviation career and becoming an Airline Pilot or Engineer? It’s a dream job for many, and lets face it, you’ll the chance to travel the world, get a pretty great view from the office window! The International Aviation Centre’s Pilot & Engineer Career Seminar is completely free to attend and will talk you through step by step what’s required to obtain you commercial pilot licence, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence, and get both feet onto the career ladder where many graduates have started and quickly progressed onto fulfilling careers flying and maintaining Airlines from all over the world. Whether you already have some previous experience, or you are a complete newcomer to aviation, the Aviation Career Seminar is the best place to find ...

Become an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

The Aircraft Engineer is also known as an Aircraft Technician at times. While engineer is the commonly used term in UK, technician means the same thing within the aviation industry. Civil Aviation is a highly regulated and respected industry controlled by national aviation authorities. To maintain the enviable safety standards that have been established, people working within the industry must be licensed. In other words, just as Pilots are trained and then licensed to fly aircraft, Engineers are trained and licensed to maintain aircraft and then release those aircraft into service. So, in short, a student wishing to establish a career in the Aviation Industry must undertake professional training leading to the appropriate qualifications and certification. Become an aircraft maintenance en...

A Faster Way To Make an Airliner

Check out this short video showcasing some of the ways modern airplane makers use cutting edge technology to build planes faster and safer while ensuring exceptionally high standards are maintained

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