aircraft mechanic

aircraft mechanic

A person who repairs and/or maintains an aircraft. An aircraft mechanic must have an aviation mechanic certificate duly issued by a national aviation regulatory authority, such as the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration [USA]) or the CAA (Civil Aviation Authority [UK]).
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com)-- Simpsonville, SC based aircraft mechanic school Carolina Aeronautical has recently announced a new addition to their school syllabus for their coming September semester.
During his history and Junior ROTC classes, Parrotta tells students about his experiences as an aircraft mechanic in the South Pacific during the war against Japan.
The Air Force also named Eddie Evans, a Northrop Grumman Technical Services aircraft mechanic assigned to the U.
The man, believed to be Zhang Xinmin, a 39-year-old Chinese aircraft mechanic, jumped into the left engine of the Boeing 767 shortly after 2 p.
Compared to working as an aircraft mechanic, "these computer positions require less training and have higher starting wages," explained Guglielmino.
8220;Fixed Wing” Aircraft Mechanic of the Year: Vincent Rogers, a DI team member who supports the AFB Aircraft Branch Inspection Dock Section.
At the same time, aircraft mechanic schools are closing.
Contract notice: Manufacturing jacket specialist aircraft mechanic, aircraft mechanic specialist pants (lot 1) and combining specialist aircraft mechanic (lot 2)
We may be the smallest of the three unions, but we are the best choice for the aircraft mechanic and related craft at American Airlines.
Lazerson was multitalented: He was a certified airline pilot, flying instructor and aircraft mechanic, as well holding a master's degree in engineering from California State University, Fresno, and degrees in aeronautical and mechanical engineering from the University of California, Davis.
In 1962, Neiens was an in-flight aircraft mechanic during ``Operation Dominic,'' a secret atomic bomb testing mission near Christmas Island.
UPS' aircraft mechanics simply want a fair agreement that recognizes we have been without a new contract since 2006," said Robert Combine, UPS aircraft mechanic and President of Teamsters Local 2727 in Louisville, KY.

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