Aircraft Maintenance Engineer - Career Queries

The work of an aircraft maintenance engineer involves installation, maintenance, repair of the aircraft engines, frames and mechanic parts. They make use of special instruments that detect the defective components and demand to be replaced. The job of an aircraft engineer can be quite a strenuous one as the work involves completion of projects and tasks within short time duration. Some aircraft engineers specialize in vehicles like air planes, helicopters and jets whereas some may work in the system designing like engines and hydraulics. Find frequently asked questions on career related to Aircraft Maintenance Engineer answered by renowned Career Counsellors of India, and to know more on what, why and how's of becoming Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

I would strongly suggest that you do your engineering graduation as a regular degree. AMIE is recognised body. It is not AICTE or MHRD approval since its an autonomous body. AMIE Engineering graduates are not preferred by industry and so I would ask you to pursue full time regular graduation from a recognised University and Institute. Doing graduation through as a regular course always helps in the long run. AMIE though is a good body, I would not suggest you to take it as a short cut. After graduation, if you feel to do your masters, then the graduation degree pursued full time and on regular

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category

An aircraft maintenance engineer is responsible for the control, maintenance and repair of specialized aircraft instrumentation and related parts of the aircraft. They also acquire skills to set engine controls and to test for their correct functioning. They play a major role among the maintenance staff to keep the aircraft airworthy at all times. The maintenance of modern sophisticated aircrafts calls for high degree of technical knowledge , competence , proficiency , dexterity and integrity on part of concerned personnel. Aircraft engineers research, design, manufacture and ma

2 answers Preeti Taneja in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category

Dear aspirant Thank you for approaching counsellors at CareerGuide.com. You have stated in your query that you have completed aircraft maintenance engineering i think it is a diploma program right? So now after completing this diploma what to do next? Ask yourself if you want to study or if you want to work? If you want to work, then you should choose companies that recruit you as flight technicians. As a flight technician you will most often be working at the ground level at an airport. This role is often known as ground technician jobs which means you will be responsible for attending t

1 answer Gomathi Venkat in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category

Hello Thank you for choosing Mera career guide and writing to us. I understand your interest in engineering but unfortunately our Indian education policies doesn't allow students to pursue two degrees at the same time. You have mentioned your interest in doing aircraft maintenance engineering and also want to be a computer science engineer. While it is appreciating to see your varied interest, it is essential to focus on one direction of engineering branch. Therefore you should choose whether you want to do Computer science engineering or aircraft maintenance engineering. To identify

3 answers Gomathi Venkat in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category

What is Avionics?Avionics deals mainely with electroninc in Aviation. That means you get to know about electroninc equipmemts used for controlling the aircraft engine, directions, speed etc, also equipment that tells the pilot where he is, whether he is climbing up at a a desired rate, is he landing in the airport and so on.....A graduate in electronics and communications will learn a lot about these, but emphasis is on radar, communication equipment, radio altimeter and such terms you cannot understand unless you study them.It is a good subject, and has a promising future with usage of aircra

2 answers Ravi Thakor in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category

Both the options seem to be feasible. You could opt for jobs or try to go abroad for higher studies too. In some instances (in some countries) for job, you may need to obtain an appropriate license through a regulatory training, which depends on the skill and demand of the job for a particular condition.Best,Ajit

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Dear Aspirant, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is one of the backbones of the airline industry. There are good job opportunities in aircraft maintenance engineering in private airlines in India and aborad. Scope is definitely there and you can definitely select this course and make a good career. Best wishes

1 answer Dr. Anand Wadadekar, PhD in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category

Dear Aspirant, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is one of the backbones of the airline industry. There are good job opportunities in aircraft maintenance engineering in private airlines in India and aborad. Scope is definitely there and you can definitely select this course and make a good career. Best wishes

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Dear Aspirant, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is one of the backbones of the airline industry. There are good job opportunities in aircraft maintenance engineering in private airlines in India and aborad. Scope is definitely there and you can definitely select this course and make a good career. Best wishes

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Hello Darshan, Welcome to [CareerGuide.com!!!][1] Thanks for visiting and proposing your query to us. Well thats a good thing to hear that you have been thinking of making your career in [Aircraft Maintenance Engineering][2].Aircraft maintenance engineering is not a degree or a diploma course, but a training programme. On completion of the training, a licence is issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). The [aviation sector is growing at a rapid pace][3]. New sophisticated aircrafts are being deployed and more air routes are being opened. The open sky policy has encouraged

1 answer Prathamesh Kapote in Aircraft Maintenance Engineer category