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Other Trainings

Freighter Differences Trainings,
Aircraft Type Model Differences,
Borescope Training,
Engine Ground Run &
EASA Part 66 Modules

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FAQs

Freighter Differences Trainings

Freighter Differences Courses are designed to provide maintenance personnel with the necessary knowledge and skills to work on cargo or freighter aircraft. These courses focus on the specific maintenance differences and considerations that arise when working on freighter aircraft compared to passenger aircraft. Some key areas covered in freighter differences courses for aircraft maintenance personnel may include:

  1. Cargo Handling Systems: Freighters often have specialized cargo handling systems, such as cargo loading systems, roller systems, or specialized containers. The course would cover the operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of these systems.
  2. Structural Modifications: Freighters may undergo structural modifications to accommodate cargo loading and handling requirements. The course would provide training on inspecting, maintaining, and repairing these modified structural components.
  3. Cargo Compartment Fire Protection: Cargo compartments in freighter aircraft may have specific fire detection and suppression systems tailored to cargo operations. The course would cover the maintenance and testing of these systems to ensure their proper functioning.
  4. Cargo Restraint and Securing: Proper cargo restraint and securing are crucial for safe operations. The course would cover the inspection, maintenance, and repair of cargo restraint devices, such as nets, straps, and locks, to ensure that cargo is properly secured during flight.
  5. Regulatory Compliance: Freighters have specific regulatory requirements and certifications related to cargo operations. The course would familiarize maintenance personnel with the applicable regulations, guidelines, and documentation requirements specific to freighter maintenance.

These courses are designed to ensure that maintenance personnel are proficient in working on freighter aircraft and understand the unique maintenance considerations and requirements associated with cargo operations. By completing freighter differences courses, maintenance personnel can effectively support the maintenance and airworthiness of freighter aircraft, ensuring the safe and efficient operation of cargo transportation.

Airbus

Freighter Differences Training

Airbus A330 (GE CF6, RR TRENT 700, PW4000, RR TRENT 7000)
Freighter Differences Training

Boeing

Freighter Differences Training

Boeing 747-400 (GE CF6, PW4000, RR RB211)
Freighter Differences Training

Boeing 747-8 (GE GEnx)
Freighter Differences Training

Boeing 757 – 200 / 300 (PW2000, RR RB211)
Freighter Differences Training

Boeing 777 – 200 / 300 (GE 90, RR TRENT 800, PW4000)
Freighter Differences Training

Aircraft Type Model Differences

Boeing

Type Model Differences Training

Boeing 787-10 Differences from 787-8/9
Aircraft Type Model Differences Training

Borescope Training

Borescope training provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct visual inspections of aircraft engines using a borescope equipment.
Students will learn about the different types of borescopes, their components, and how to properly handle and operate them. They also receive instruction on the various parts and systems within an aircraft engine that can be inspected using a borescope.
Here are some key aspects that will be covered in aircraft engine borescope training:

  • Borescope Familiarization
  • Safety Procedures
  • Engine Familiarization
  • Borescope Operation
  • Inspection Techniques
  • Interpretation of Findings
  • Reporting and Documentation
  • Maintenance and Repair Considerations

Please contact us at info@aviationlearning.net for further information on how to attend this training.

Engine Ground Run Training

Engine ground run (EGR) training focuses on teaching students the procedures and safety measures involved in conducting EGR. EGRs are performed to test the engine’s functionality, ensure proper operation, and identify any potential issues before the returning aircraft back to service.
Here are some key aspects which will be covered in aircraft engine ground run training:

  • Safety Procedures
  • Engine Systems and Controls
  • Pre-Run Inspections
  • Starting and Shutdown Procedures
  • Throttle and Power Management
  • Monitoring Engine Parameters
  • Performance Checks
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Documentation and Reporting

Please contact us at info@aviationlearning.net for further information on how to attend this training.

Part 66 Modules

EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) Part 66 modules are a set of knowledge requirements for aircraft maintenance engineers and technicians in order to obtain an aircraft maintenance license.
Aviation Learning can provide training materials for EASA Part 66 modules.

Please contact us at info@aviationlearning.net for further information on how to attend this training.

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