The Ultimate Checklist for Attending Aviation Maintenance Training
Every airport has two worlds. There is the busy travelers’ traffic area with crowded gates, food courts, and shopping malls. But, behind the scenes are hundreds of workers keeping your flight on time and safe to fly. To put it simple, planes don’t fly without aviation maintenance personnel.
Small airports and large, private and public airports, they all require aviation maintenance technicians. In the smallest venues, you might get walk-on opportunity based on your service mechanic background and love of everything aviation. Many military vets come to the job with their in-service training stripes. But, if you want to make yourself marketable in a job you like and/or want to advance on your aviation career path, plan on continuing your aviation maintenance training.