What is meant by aircraft maintenance engineer?

What is meant by aircraft maintenance engineer?

An  Aircraft  Maintenance Engineer (AME) , also Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME OR L-AME) ,is a licensed person who caries out and certifies aircraft maintenance. The license is widespread internationally and is recognised by the Intrnational Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). Countries which issue or recognize AME license internally include; Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, IndiaNew Zeland , the United Kingdom and much of Asia.

An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) is basically a person licensed to certify the aircraft or its component for its airworthiness before its release to service. In other words, an Aircrafts Maintenace Engineer carry out and certify overhaul, majorrepairs of aircraft,power plantscomponents and accessories thereof before its release to service in accordance with the national & international aviation standards. All the Airlines, Maintenance repair organizationsflying clubs, etc. appoint these AMEs for the Certification of  their aircrafts and its components as per the Government rules and Regulations.

In terms of employment opportunities, the aircraft maintenance engineering is probably the most promising in the aviation sector.

“The duty of an AME is to ensure that the Aircraft is in a fit to fly condition before it takes off the ground. As per the rules laid down by the gov. of India”.No Aircraft can take off without the Certification from qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

Read This Also: Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Admission Form

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