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What are the advantages of working as cabin crew?

What are the advantages of working as cabin crew?

Working as cabin crew is something that many people desire to do. The reason is that it is a prestigious job and there are many advantages to this occupation. Here are a few of the benefits you get as cabin crew.  1. You travel around the world and are paid for it If...

From pilot to vaccinator after covid halts aviation industry

From pilot to vaccinator after covid halts aviation industry

We spoke to Edgar Harvey Woodhead, a commercial pilot turned NHS vaccinator from West Yorkshire whose aviation career has been halted as a result of the Covid pandemic. Edgar has since switched uniforms to crucially assist the NHS on the vaccination frontline and as a...

What is a B1 Licenced Engineer?

What is a B1 Licenced Engineer?

B1 licensed engineers are specialist aircraft mechanics hired to plan, organise and carry out aircraft maintenance checks. These must be in line with an airline’s maintenance schedule, and when particular problems have been identified. Category B1 licensed engineers...

How to become a B2 Licensed Engineer

How to become a B2 Licensed Engineer

A B2 licensed engineer focuses on managing the necessary maintenance and repair checks concerned with the electrical systems and equipment on an aircraft. Under Part-66, the common European legal framework for certifying licensed aircraft engineers, there are three...

What is a Baggage Handler?

What is a Baggage Handler?

A team of baggage handlers will ensure that passengers’ bags are loaded and unloaded safely, efficiently and in good time from the aircraft. This helps ensure that the passenger turnaround can go as planned and the airport functions on schedule. There are many baggage...

What is an Aviation Welder?

What is an Aviation Welder?

There are many opportunities for professional welders or sheet metal workers within the aviation industry. Earning potential for aviation welding jobs ranges from £30k (US$50k) to £65k (US$100k), so it’s an attractive career option. Aviation welding technicians will...

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