The courses for Embraer and Textron products are EASA Part-147 approved Cat B1/B2 Theoretical and Practical type training courses, geared for technicians seeking to endorse their Part-66 licenses. These courses cover both the mechanical and avionic subjects to Level III detail as per EASA Part-66. The courses will also come with an FAA Acceptance code valid for 8 hours of inspection authorization renewal training. In addition, a number of other international regulatory authority requirements will be met.
Academy 147 has announced that will add type specific maintenance training on Embraer and Textron products.
The new programs will cover a multitude of Cessna, Hawker, Beechcraft and Embraer business aircraft and will be introduced in 2020 with the first courses already underway.
· Embraer Legacy 600/650
· Embraer Phenom 100 & 300
· King Air 200 Series
· King Air 300 Series
· Citation CJ1, CJ2, CJ3, CJ4 & more
· Hawker 700,800, 900 Series
These courses will further add to Academy 147’s portfolio of training courses stretching across numerous approvals and accreditation’s. Furthermore, it will help support the needs of a growing worldwide customer base.
The company believes this market to be undeserved and adding these courses will be a service to the industry.
Customers can expect the same great quality and service covering a new range of aircraft.