FlightSafety's Master Tech Program Turns to Cabin

 - May 6, 2019, 9:02 PM
Earning the Master Technician Cabin Systems designation requires the completion of five courses through FlightSafety. (Photo: FlightSafety)

FlightSafety is expanding its Master Technician program to include cabin systems, which it said will equip technicians to service and maintain at a high level the cabins of aircraft they support, the aviation training company announced yesterday. Master Technician Cabin Systems designation requires the completion of five courses: avionics standard practices, aeroIT, cabin connectivity, integrated cabin management systems, and cabin systems operational maintenance program.

Offering a combination of in-depth instruction and practical training, FlightSafety said the program was developed in collaboration with aircraft, component, and systems manufacturers. It is offered for aircraft manufactured by Bombardier Learjet, Cessna, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, Hawker Beechcraft, and Sikorsky.

Other FlightSafety Master Technician programs include airframe, avionics, composites, engine-specific courses, and management. Improving safety, lowering aircraft operation costs, and increasing dispatch reliability are among the benefits FlightSafety said its Master Technicians provide. There are more than 4,000 Master Technicians worldwide, according to FlightSafety.