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Aircraft Maintenance – Part 66

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You become an Aircraft Engineer,

Only when you pass all the exams defined by PART 66 of European legislation and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) which are conducted only in PART 147 certified educational organization. Therefore, the only way to gain knowledge, skills and practice and pass the exams is to participate – as one of the many students in this specialty – at the Omega Aviation Academy.

The available degrees are divided in relation to the Aircraft Maintenance Licence (AML)

  • B1.1 Turbine Aeroplane
  • B1.2 Piston Aeroplane
  • B1.3 Turbine Helicopter
  • B1.4 Piston Helicopter
  • B2 Avionics

The next key advantage is that the Academy provides and equips you with all the supplies you are looking for in the Aviation Industry, because it is always by your side in order to enrich and update your knowledge and skills.

What does this mean?

The Aircraft Engineer is a profession – a function, in which you are constantly trained, evolving and learning. If one thinks that when one acquires the specialty B1 or B2 one’s learning pursuits end, this is wrong. You continue, constantly training in new types of aircraft and engines for many years and evolving in the payroll and advancing in your career as an Aircraft and Engine Engineer.

The more degrees, certifications and skills you learn, the higher your position and salary. And all of that, the Omega Aviation Academy has the know-how, the experience, the expertise and the unique laboratories to evolve into a high-level aircraft and engine engineer. The main task of the Engineering Airport is to ensure the safe operation of aircraft.

Responsibilities

  • Control, maintenance and repair of equipment or parts of devices
  • The structural elements and power systems of aircraft.
  • Electrical and electronic systems and aircraft instruments.
  • Application of technological methods of design, production and development of components or parts
  • The structural elements and power systems of aircraft
  • Electrical and electronic systems and aircraft instruments

All the courses taught in the Academy are based on the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency Part 147 license) for obtaining the European degree in aircraft maintenance category B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4, Β2 an approved study program and by Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority HCAA. Omega Aviation Academy has its own training material for each module which is delivered by experienced teachers. Most of them were or are aircraft engineers with valuable knowledge, having worked for years in countries and airlines that are very advanced.

The Omega Aviation Academy is certified to be conducted by the Academy itself. It is best to have a module delivered to you, to solve any of your questions on the spot and then to take your exams. The valuable “paper” that is awarded when you finish it, is called Certificate of Recognition Basic Training Certificate. This diploma is valid and recognized in all EU countries that are full members of the EU as well as in all countries where aircraft land in Member States.

 

Duration of Study

MODULE 1.   MATHEMATICS

MODULE 2.   PHYSICS

MODULE 3.   ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS

MODULE 4.   ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS

MODULE 5.   DIGITAL TECHNIQUES/ELECTRONICS

MODULE 6.   MATERIALS AND HARDWARE

MODULE 7A.  MAINTENANCE PRACTICES

MODULE 8.   BASIC AERODYNAMICS

MODULE 9A.  HUMAN FACTORS

MODULE 10.  AVIATION LEGISLATION

MODULE 11A. TURBINE AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B1.1)

MODULE 11B. PISTON AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B1.2)

MODULE 12.  HELICOPTER AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B1.3 & B1.4)

MODULE 13.  AIRCRAFT AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B2)

MODULE 14.  PROPULSION (only B2)

MODULE 15.  GAS TURBINE ENGINE (only B1.1 & B1.3)

MODULE 16.  PISTON ENGINE (only B1.2 & B1.4)
MODULE 17A. PROPELLER (only B1.1 & B1.2)

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