Type Training A320 – Category B2 + C
To acquire necessary knowledge and skills to carry out aircraft line maintenance on ramp (incl. handling and servicing).
Ability to read and understand English written technical documentation
Be familiar with current equipment
Have general knowledge of turbine-powered transport aircraft
as defined by Part 66
theoretical training: 105,65 hrs.
practical training (synthetic devices): 35 hrs.
practical training (aircraft): 25 hrs.
Course level and content
- Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures
Course objectives = student´s ability to
- Relevant theoretical knowledge
- ability to work with maintenance manual (incl. its application)
- Proficiency in use of crew reports and on-board reporting systems
- Procedures for components replacement
- Systems and aircraft handling
- Determine aircraft airworthiness per MEL/CDL
- Related safety precautions
- Aircraft manuals
- Maintenance practices important to the airframe, its systems and power-plant
- special tooling and test equipmen
- Procedures for servicing (fuel, power-plants, hydraulics, landing gear, water/waste and oxygen systems)
- Functional checks
- The general layout of the aircraft’s major systems
- The general layout and characteristics of the power-plant