Airline / MRO Maintenance Training

Specialist knowledge experts, access to manufacturer data, increased regulatory training requirements, financial constraints and new technologies introduced with the latest generation aircraft make it increasingly difficult for airline or standalone maintenance training centers to meet the demands of modern airline engineering departments and MRO’s.

Supporting a workforce of 2500 at Air New Zealand Technical Operations, and Line Maintenance activities around the world the Aviation Institutes School of Engineering has a demanding role to play in Air New Zealands domestic and international operations. Geographic location and limited access to professional aircraft maintenance training in the region, has resulted in extensive investment in in-house capability.

In addition to the overview information provided below, more course specific information including pre-requisites, detailed syllabus, and dates if scheduled are available from the Open Courses section.

Type Specific Training

Aircraft type courses (ATA104 L3) and familiarisation courses (ATA104 L1) are available for the following aircraft types. 

Fleet

Powerplant

Category

Approval

B787-8/9

RR Trent 1000

Combined B1/B2

NZCAA

B777-200ER

RR Trent 895

Combined B1/B2

EASA / NZCAA

B777-300ER

GE90

B1/B2 Diffs from -200

NZCAA

B737-600/700/800

CFM56-7

Combined B1/B2

NZCAA

Airbus A320 Family

V2500

Combined B1/B2

EASA / NZCAA / CASA

ATR42/72-500/600

PW120 Series

Mechanical/Electrical or Avionic

NZCAA / EASA / CASA

Q300

PW123

Mechanical/Electrical or Avionic

NZCAA

 

Modern aircraft type courses are delivered in modern classrooms equipped with digital projection, individual student tablet PC’s, and 2D or 3D Maintenance Training Devices.

For airline and MRO customers these courses are transportable, and support is provided to ensure compliance and approval with local regulatory requirements. 

The School of Engineering holds Part 141 approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand (NZCAA), and Part 147 approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Civil Aviation Safety Agency (CASA) in Australia.

 

 

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