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India's 5th largest Airli...Read more India's 5th largest Airline Go First (Formerly Go Air), will give 300 hours of Actual Maintenance Working Environment Training to WIIA's AME - Aeroplane Turbine (B1.1) and Avionics (B2) category students.

Aircraft Maintenance
Engineering B1.1

Scope for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

The scope for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in India is increasing day by day. Due to the growth of the aviation sector, the demand for highly qualified licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers has grown significantly. Hence, the scope of employment as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is also growing, as India is in the ethnicity to evolve the 3rd largest in the aviation sector, which is an incredible achievement for a country. According to DGCA, at least 7,54,00. Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are required worldwide. There is already a shortage of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in the World so that Aircraft Maintenance Engineers can create their careers in India and abroad.

The Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Career Opportunities:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Career Opportunities
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Airlines:
Airlines are a company that provides air transport services for the visitors to travel.

An aircraft can take off only after signing the Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) - Maintenance, Repair & Overhauls (MRO) industries:
MRO are those companies that specialize in conducting maintenance actions on aircraft and their elements such as jet engines, landing gears, etc. To support the actions, a licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is needed.

Aircraft Manufacturing Companies:
Aircraft Manufacturing Companies trade in manufacturing of aircrafts. The aircraft manufacturing companies are such as Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, Cessna, etc.

Aircraft Part Manufacturing Units:
Aircraft are made up of multiple parts, components, etc. To manufacture those parts of Aircraft/ engine/ component, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer may also be required.

Regulatory Authority:
Every country has its own regulatory authority for safety oversight of Civil Aviation EASA, ICAO, etc., are some of the regulatory authority. Their association deals with the safety and protection of civil aviation. When it's about security in aircraft, Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is the first name that came out.

Aviation Training Centers:
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer tells other prospects about the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering in B1.1 and its content.

Flying Club:
A flying club is an organization that delivers its member's reasonable access to aircraft. That aircraft must be maintained, which licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers to do.

Civil Defense Forces:
Many aircraft securities are used to protect the country for different purposes. Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers also maintain defense.

There are many top recruiting companies & Airlines in the aviation sector. Many airlines are ordering new aircraft, which will open the gateway of job opportunities for Aircraft Maintenance Engineers. Boeing and Airbus are going to set up their MRO organization in various states of India, which in turn builds thousands of jobs for AME. Qatar Airways, Etihad Airlines, etc., are entering India's aviation market, which raises the hike in the requirement of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers. The top recruiting companies nationally and internationally are mentioned below:

Top National
Recruiting Airline
Top Global
recruiting Organizations
MRO & Other
Organizations
  • Air India
  • Air Asia India
  • IndiGo
  • SpiceJet
  • Go First
  • Vistara
  • Alliance Air
  • Blue Dart Aviation
  • and many more...
  • All Nippon Airways.
  • Cathay Pacific.
  • Etihad Airways
  • Singapore Airlines.
  • Japan Airlines
  • Korean Air.
  • Qatar Airways
  • Singapore Airlines
  • and hundreds of more.
  • Air India Limited
  • Air Works India (Engineering) Pvt Ltd
  • Blue Dart Aviation Limited
  • GMR
  • Deccan Aviation
  • Eaton Aerospace
  • HAMCO
  • Taj Air
  • and hundreds of more.

Why choose this career


AIRCRAFT
MAINTENANCE
ENGINEERING
IN ABROAD

Aircraft Maintenance training in foreign countries is conducted by various competent regulatory authorities of the states. Every regulatory regime member of the European Union (EU) follows different eligibility criteria for getting the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering License.

Like DGCA in India, European Union Aviation Safety Agency - EASA in European Union (EU) and the United Kingdom, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the United States of America, Transport Canada - TC for Canada, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority - DCAA for Dubai, General Civil Aviation Authority - GCAA in UAE, etc.