School for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (SAME), Greater Noida

Uttar Pradesh, Greater Noida|Estd:2017

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

  • Duration:2.0 Years
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  • Fees:0.0 LAC
  • Course level :Diploma
  • Course Mode:Full Time

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Course Descriptions

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School for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (SAME) is approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation to offer a two-year Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Course (CAR147- BASIC) in the Category B1.1 (Aeroplane Turbine) and B2 (Avionics).

Category B1.1 (Aeroplane Turbine) - Students are trained to obtain an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's License for the maintenance performed on aircraft structure, powerplant comprising of Light Aeroplane (LA), Heavy Aeroplane (HA), Piston Engine (PE), Jet Engine (JE).

Category B2 (Avionics) - Students are trained to obtain an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's License with respect to maintaining an aircraft's Electrical System (ES), Instrument System (IS) and Radio Navigation System (RN).

Aviation Industry

In recent years, the aviation industry in India has witnessed rapid expansion and growth. As many as seven major Indian airlines and several smaller airlines with a fleet of over 666 aircraft carry nearly 100 million passengers annually on scheduled services. Apart from this there are as many as 500 private aircraft operating as non-scheduled and charter services in India.

The AME plays a vital role in the aviation industry to ensure that, aircrafts are maintained to the highest standards and as laid down by the DGCA. In the course of their duties AME's are responsible for servicing and maintenance of the aircraft which includes repairs, replacements, overhaul and inspection of the aircraft, aircraft components and other related items of equipment.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

The Aircraft Maintenance Engineer plays a vital role in the aviation industry to ensure that aircraft are maintained to the highest standard and laid down by the DGCA, in order to ensure safe and correct functioning during flight.

Aircraft maintenance is the overhaul, repair, inspection or modification of an aircraft or aircraft component.

The aviation and airline industry in India is expected to continue to grow rapidly, and the numbers of modern aircraft flying in India are expected to increase. India is expected to emerge as the third largest aviation market in the next few years. As a direct result, the need for more AME's will continue to be felt even more strongly, as airlines and other aircraft operators will require skilled and licensed engineers to maintain and service aircraft.

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