Aircraft Engineering Career Path in Booming Aviation Sector in India

Aircraft Engineering Career Path in Booming Aviation Sector in India

Today Aircraft Engineering is one the best-growing career for 10+2 PCM qualified students. India is growing in the aviation sector very rapidly which leads to career opportunities in various fields of Aircraft Engineering such as Airlines, Research organizations, MRO Organizations, etc.

There are three courses in Aircraft Engineering namely:-


Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (AME) – AME related to the maintenance, repair, and  of an aircraft without AME permission no flight can take off, it is an internationally based license program with a four-year course duration.


Aeronautical Engineering – Aeronautical Engineering is a four-year degree program related to the construction, designing, development and designing of aircraft and its components.


Aerospace Engineering – Aerospace Engineering is a four-year degree program related to the construction, designing, development and design of those vehicles that are flying within and beyond the earth’s atmosphere.

Aircraft Engineering Career Path

AME Career Path | AME Apply Online

The AME profiles will depend upon license students acquire at the time their academic sessions which are as follows: Jet Engine Aeroplane AME: The AME who certify the aeroplane’s jet engine, airframe, and various components.  Piston Engine Aeroplane AME: This profile allows to certify the aeroplane’s piston engine, fuselage, etc. Jet Engine Helicopter AME: This profile will certify the helicopter’s jet engine, airframe, wings, etc. Piston Engine Helicopter AME: This licensed AME allows the certification to the helicopter’s piston engine, airframe, wings, etc.

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