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Frequently asked questions

If you wish to work as an aircraft maintenance engineer, you need to have particular certifications for it. Having a B1.3 licence means you can work on different helicopters having one or more than one turbine engines. A b1.3 licensed engineer overlooks all aspects of the maintenance of helicopters.

B1 is an engineering certification of EASA which is granted to the skilled engineers with expertise in the aircraft structure and engines. They deal with the repair and maintenance of the aircraft's mechanical systems. They follow all the safety guidelines and procedures issued by the airline and aviation regulators.

Usually, b1.3 licensed engineers jobs pay you well. The low ten percent of the licensed engineers in aircraft maintenance might earn very low as compared to the upper ten percentile, but this difference is usually pertaining to the individual’s own rank and level of expertise. The median salary is well for most workers.

In aviation, holding a b1 licence requires several years of experience and training in the department of aircraft maintenance engineering. If you want to be a successful engineer, your communication skills should be good, along with excellent technical knowledge. The utilisation of the technical skills during training to become an engineer in aviation industry can ease the process of getting licence.

If you want to become a b1.3 licensed engineer, you can do so by enrolling in a course of AME. The length of the course is different for category A and category B, and you’re taught both the theory and its practical applications. You also have to demonstrate your capability during the AME course. Find the latest ame posts on Aviation Job Search!

A B1.3 allows you to work on multiple helicopters with one or more turbine engines. A b1.3 licensed engineer is responsible for all aspects of maintenance and repair of helicopters.
 

Yes, The Aviation Industry is a constantly growing market. Boeing published a forecast in 2017 and predicted that the global aviation industry would need many more maintenance technicians over the next 20 years. 
 

Helicopter engineers are responsible for maintaining and repairing helicopters. These roles are often based at airports and flight service centres. You might be assigned to work on helicopters used for transport by the emergency service, private use or the military.
 

You could get promoted to senior engineer or maintenance engineering manager after gaining experience working on aircraft modifications and enhancements.
 

A B1.1 Licensed Engineer job deals with Aeroplanes with Turbine Engines, A B1.2 Licensed Engineer job involves dealing with Aircraft with Piston Engines, and a B1.3 Licensed Engineer job involves working Helicopters with Turbine engines.
 

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B1.3 Licensed Engineer Job Description 

Being a b1.3 licensed engineer comes with its own set of criteria and requirements. After gaining experience for several years by working on the line as an aircraft maintenance engineer, and having met all the criteria for your aircraft engineering licence, you’re granted with your B1.3 licence which permits you to work as a professional. B1 licensed engineers are trained professionals which operate and manage different aspects of maintenance of one of the two types of airborne vehicles. B1.3 engineers basically specialise in the maintenance of turbo engine helicopters, everything from their base management to complex services. 

B1.3 Licensed Engineer Job Responsibilities 

Being a b1.3 licensed engineer means undertaking many different roles at once. Some of the responsibilities or the tasks that you do while working in the line as a b1.3 engineer are ensuring that the different equipment and technical facilities are in accordance to the quality standards, analysis and interpretation of the technical information, assurance of high quality work and its completion in relation to aircraft, components and completed documentations. It means that you’re exercising your licence during your day to day tasks as an ame, so one could say this job fully utilises all your potential and all you have learned during the training. 

Skills Required For Building B1.3 Licensed Engineer Career

Like every other job out there in aviation, being an aircraft maintenance engineer of any rank means that you need to have a certain set of skills and traits. Like any other engineer, working in the line as a b1.3 licensed engineer requires a deep level of mechanical and technical insight, as well as the dexterity that is needed during hands-on inspection and management of heavy machinery. An engineer in this field is also required to have a keen eye for the smallest of changes, so as to make sure that no malfunctioning is passed on undetected. If you want to explore b1.3 licensed engineer vacancies, go to Aviation Job Search

Requirements for Landing A B1.3 Licensed Engineer Job

You will need to have a license and be able to repair, maintain, and use machines, systems, and tools to become a helicopter engineer. To apply for a helicopter engineer license, you must have engineering and maintenance experience. A foundation degree, higher-level diploma, or degree in aeronautical engineering, avionics or a related field like electrical or electronic engineering, mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering or product engineering. A college course in aerospace or aviation engineering can also help you get a job. A higher apprenticeship in aircraft maintenance certification could lead to a career as a helicopter engineer too. Many aircraft engineering companies offer graduate programs that can lead to this career. Your application for a license may include flight engineering experience from the armed forces.

A Typical Day and Work Environment of a B1.3 Licensed Engineer

The typical work day of a B1.3 Licensed Engineer revolves around turbine-based helicopters; their checking and inspection, regular maintenance and repair. You will also need to keep/create repair reports and discuss them with your superiors and colleagues. You could be asked to travel to remote locations or different cities to do your work. You will work in shifts along with other engineers to ensure someone is available to handle urgent repair work. Depending on who you’re working for, i.e. a private company, the armed forces or the government, you would be required to work at the airport, in a chopper hanger or on an aircraft carrier. Need we say that the job involves some degree of physical fitness as it can be laborious. You will need to work in several different positions, standing, crouching, lying down or sitting, depending on which aspect of the chopper you are working on.