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Gulfstream G650, G550 and G280 Courses

These 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.

Like all our courses, our G650, G550 and G280 courses are taught by a highly experienced and dedicated team. Which are licensed engineers having numerous years of experience, working on these aircraft in a manufacturing environment. As well as performing phase inspections, AOG assistance, troubleshooting and more.

Our instructors are veterans in their trade and hold EASA, FAA as well as other maintenance privileges with up to date and recent experience on the subjects they are teaching. That is what sets Academy 147 apart.

In the coming months, we are offering a number of training opportunities on these aircraft types around the world.

To book a seat for the G650, G550 and G280, please contact Andrew Trinchero or Henry Schofield or write for more information.

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