Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment Fundamentals

Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment Fundamentals picThe essential purpose of Aircraft Maintenance is to either return a defective system or component to serviceability or to maintain the aircraft system, component or structure in an airworthy condition.

In reality it was understood that schedule overhaul did not have a particular impart on the reliability of a component – unless there was a dominant failure mode evident (Thus calling into question the associated rational in performing the overhaul).

A second understanding concerns the fact that there are many items for which there is no “effective maintenance activity” for scheduled hard time maintenance.

Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment Fundamentals
The course covers the following contents of EASA Part M Maintenance Planning.
This training includes links to relevant video presentations. 

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- Abbreviations & Terms
- Airworthiness Limitations (ALS)
- Further Considerations AD’s SB’s & Mods
- Embodiment of Aircraft Maintenance Service Bulletins SB (Component SB’s)
- Supplemental Type Certificates - STC
- How the MRB Process Works – MSG 1 – 2 & 3
- The Certification Process – SSA  ALI – CMR
- Maintenance Planning Document – MPD
- Maintenance Planning and ETOPS Considerations

About this course

Course type: Presentation without voice over
Approximate duration: up to 7 hours training
Category: Part M
Price: 77.50 USD


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