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Airline pilots are expected to report technical aircraft problems to maintenance engineers - and the ability to communicate these problems accurately can result in safer flights, efficiency in operations and fewer costly delays.
This course will show you how to better identify issues with an aircraft’s systems and components. You will also review the maintenance tasks you can perform under special permission as a pilot and learn how to identify human factor issues in maintenance tasks.
Available at IATA Training Centers or at your company
Duration: 5 days (40 hours)
- Describe basic licensing requirements for aircraft maintenance engineers, technicians and mechanics
Identify the components of maintenance operations and the types of maintance
Understand the importance of transit checks, incuding the walkaround inspection and servicing of an aircraft
Know which maintenance tasks you can carry out as a pilot
Use the aircraft technical log to enter faults encountered during flight and provide information on the condition of a system post rectification
Describe the importance of the Minimum equipment list (MEL) in determining if an aircraft can be released for service
Recognize human factors issues in aircraft maintenance