Have you ever wondered how a turbofan engine worked? In this Fix Fly Travel blog, Daniel breaks down exactly how they function.
Most people involved in the operational side of commercial aviation know the Minimum Equipment List. The ‘MEL’ is a regulatory program that allows an aircraft to be dispatched with inoperative equipment or systems and lists any conditions or restrictions required for dispatch under MEL relief. When an item from the MEL is applied, it is often called a ‘deferral.’1
Finding an A&P apprenticeship program in the U.S. can be difficult to find. Here are some tips to help alleviate some of the stress of looking for one.
Meet Mauricio as he shares his experience as an aircraft maintenance technician student here in the U.S.
Meet Marcelo as he explains the process required to become a licensed aircraft engineer (LAE) in the U.K.
Meet Georgia Henderson as she explains the process of how to become an aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) in Australia.
Everyone knows that to become an A&P, you must complete a certain amount of training. But did you know that you could acquire that training without having to go to school? Here is how...
Read about James and what steps he has to take to become an AMT through the U.S. Air Force.
Everyone wants to become an Aircraft Maintenance Technician, but where do you begin. In this blog, we break down one of the options you have to become an aircraft maintenance technician. That is by going to school.
It's all fun and games until it's time to test. So, where do you begin? In this blog we break down some tips to help you pass your tests the first time around!
It's something most aircraft mechanics have to do at some point of their aviation career. It's not fun, but having an understanding and a healthy way of managing the midnight shift can really make all the difference!
Dear future AMT,
Here is a little advice… No sugar coating… I hope this helps!