In recent years with the Open Sky Policy and UDAN scheme of Government of India many big players have entered the aviation field and made huge investments and paced up the growth potential of the industry. Advanced aircrafts and new airports are coming up in India, creating massive jobs opportunities for AME aspirants across the country.
Some facts about Aviation
Some of the unique features for a candidate who are looking forward to joining the aviation industry:
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is considered a reputed job and no doubt they earn a great salary too. When a candidate successfully completes Aircraft Maintenance Engineering from a good training institute, a whole bunch of career opportunities will be waiting for him/her. Any airline company which provides air transport hires qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineers to check their aircraft before take off. They release the Flight Releasing Certificate (FRC) which states that the aircraft is flight worthy.
Apart from airline companies, Maintenance, Repair and Overhauls (MRO) industries are popular for hiring well qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineering candidates. These industries who do the maintenance and repair works of jet engines, landing gears etc. To perform these actions, they require licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineers. There are 114 MROs in India and as the number of aircraft in air is increasing day-by-day, they surely need more expert hands of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in coming days.