- Routinely inspecting aircraft.
- Diagnosing faults with aircraft and deciding how best to repair them.
- Carrying out any necessary repairs or replacing parts.
- Testing repairs and measuring the general performance of the aircraft.
- Ensuring that the aircraft meets all safety regulations.
- Keeping records of all work carried out on specific aircraft.
- Being available on-call for any emergency repairs.
- Providing clients with technical advice.
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