Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) is basically a person licensed by DGCA, Govt. of India to Carryout and certifies the maintenance of Aircraft, Aircraft engines, and Its Components. The Aircraft maintenance engineer is the one who is responsible for all the technical activities around the ground operation of aircraft for keeping the aircraft in perfect flying conditions by its maintenance as per the manufacturer maintenance schedules.

An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is the sole responsible person for the maintenance and overhaul of aircraft, aero engine, instruments, electrical and radio equipment and their accessories. The duty of an AME is to ensure that the Aircraft is in a fit to fly condition before it takes off the ground. No aircraft can take off without a clearance certificate from qualified and licensed Maintenance Engineers

From a career Point of view, the scope of aircraft maintenance engineering is booming in India nowadays. The reason is quite simple. The aviation sector in India is expanding rapidly. Every year airline companies are buying new planes and adding more air routes to the sky. The aviation sector is developing faster than ever in India. It earns huge profits, so there is an enormous demand for more aircraft. As a result, the companies are looking for young, energetic and dynamic Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in India. Anyone interested in being creative at their work can opt for this course and can fulfill their dreams to achieve the heights he/she dreamt to be.

Why opt for this class?

  • It is an integral part of the aviation sector
  • A licensed AME can earn upto 40 lakhs per annum
  • The safety of the aircraft and its crew lies in the hands of the AME

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