B1 licensed engineers are specialist aircraft mechanics hired to plan, organise and carry out aircraft maintenance checks.. They ensure that each aircraft component works at its full potential.
"Level 1","Level 2"
£35,000 - £76,000
Academic: City University of London Training: Air Service Training, International Centre for Aerospace Training
Work on sophisticated aircraft maintenance tasks requires a person to hold a valid licence. The aspirants can select from both Category A and Category B licence routes if they want to become aircraft maintenance engineer. The Category B licence is further divided into B1- Mechanical and B2-avionics.
The B1 licensed engineers keenly analyse and interpret all the technical information related to the functioning of aircraft. They are highly experienced in terms of aircraft maintenance and servicing inspection. They adhere to the company’s policies and apply all safety regulations to improve the aircraft’s performance. Using the recommended tools and equipment to identify the potential defects and then fixing them are some of the crucial responsibilities of a B1 engineer.
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