Chinese Aviation College to train maintenance techs

Aviation International News » October 2006
October 9, 2006, 12:06 PM

Ameco Aviation College (AAC) has obtained a CCAR Part 147 certificate as a maintenance training organization issued by CAAC’s North-China Regional Administration Division. It is China’s first CCAR Part 147-certified training organization. Its certification includes basic theory and practical training for aircraft maintenance and aircraft type training.

According to an AAC representative, the school’s objective is to “standardize maintenance staff training to meet the increasing demand for qualified maintenance staff and technicians.”

Established in 1989, Ameco Beijing, located on Beijing Capital International Airport, is a 60/40 joint venture between, respectively, Air China and Lufthansa German Airlines. It provides MRO services for airframe, engines and components of commercial aircraft. It also offers services in training, engineering and logistics, as well as tooling calibration for China’s entire aviation industry.

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tapiwa mbirimi
on February 14, 2013 - 11:53pm

im a student who recently acquired a certificate in aircraft maintenance in aircraft engines and airframes. Im looking forward to finish my diploma from your college. if possible i need to know the requirements to be part of your students

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David A. Lombardo
on February 15, 2013 - 8:32am

Tapiwa,

The article you read is over six years old. I no longer have contact information for the school.

David

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