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Top 30 Aircraft Maintenance Technician Interview Questions

Why did you choose a career as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician?
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Question 2 of 30
What subject, during your maintenance training, was the strongest?
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"During my AMT training, my strongest subject was mechanical drafting. I have a great knack for drafting and still find it to be my strongest suit on the job."
The interviewer would like to know what your primary strengths were during your aircraft maintenance training. Your most successful subject will likely still be where your most significant aptitude is. Tie these education-based strengths in with your current strengths on the job.
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"During my training, my strongest subject was pneumatic systems. I look forward to bringing my skills and knowledge in this area to you."
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"My vocational training was very helpful me and I appreciated every course that I took. Of all the courses, I would say that electrical systems were my strongest area of focus."
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Question 3 of 30
Are you comfortable with heights?
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"I am very accustomed to heights and have no problem working in high spaces. In my current position, I am working in very high spaces at least 50% of the time."
The interviewer would like to know that you are comfortable working with heights. As an aircraft maintenance technician, you will be required to work in tight and high spaces quite frequently. Assure the hiring manager that you have no problem managing heights.
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"During my aircraft maintenance technician training, I spent a great deal of hands-on time in tight spaces and high spaces. I did not encounter any issues with either task."
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"In my eight years as an aircraft maintenance technician, I have not once encountered an issue with heights. Rest assured, I can handle this job requirement with ease."
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Question 4 of 30
What do you excel at as an aircraft maintenance technician?
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"As an aircraft maintenance technician, I feel that I excel most when it comes to my organization and documentation. I am very strict with myself when it comes to documenting everything that I do. This creates a safer and more productive work environment."
The interviewer would like to know what you do best on the job. Highlight your best skill(s) to the hiring manager and let them know how you plan to take these skills and use them to benefit their company.
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"During my training, it was often brought up that my math skills are very sharp. This helps me to make quick calculations which keeps the maintenance schedule speedy and accurate."
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"As an aircraft maintenance technician, I would say I excel in the areas of training junior ATC's as well as delivering immaculate documentation on every file."
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How active are you in your job search?
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Do you have your own tools?
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Question 7 of 30
What do you enjoy most about working on aircraft?
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Question 8 of 30
If you fail to do your job correctly, what are the consequences? Are you able to work under that kind of pressure?
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Question 9 of 30
How well do you know your ATA codes?
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Question 10 of 30
Tell me about your education and training.
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Question 11 of 30
What is the latest news you've heard about our airline?
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Question 12 of 30
What aircraft inspections do you dislike doing?
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Question 13 of 30
What is your aircraft maintenance specialty?
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Question 14 of 30
By this time in your career, you should have advanced further, what has slowed down your career progression?
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Question 15 of 30
How would you describe your work ethic?
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Question 16 of 30
Would you say you are a better verbal or written communicator?
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Question 17 of 30
When have you worked with a diverse group of people?
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Question 18 of 30
How many days were you absent from work last year?
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Question 19 of 30
When have you shown great integrity at work?
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Question 20 of 30
What is your current salary?
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Question 21 of 30
When have you had to adapt your workload due to increasing demand from your supervisors?
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Question 22 of 30
How do you like to be recognized for your accomplishments?
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Question 23 of 30
Are you able to work outside in extreme weather conditions, if required?
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Question 24 of 30
What protective gear are you accustomed to wearing on the job?
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Question 25 of 30
Have you always had a strong mechanical aptitude?
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Question 26 of 30
Would you rather work for a commercial or private airline? Explain your answer.
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Question 27 of 30
How important is safety to you?
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Question 28 of 30
In what situation would you would work on an airplane without proper engineers authorization?
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Question 29 of 30
Would you ever consider skipping an inspection?
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Question 30 of 30
When would you be available to start?
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Question 1 of 30
Why did you choose a career as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician?
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A & P is the fundementals of aircraft engine is the heart and airframe is the skeleton.
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It has always been my childhood dream to work close to aircraft.
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I choose the A&P mechanic because is my passion for aircraft and their components.
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Passion for fixing things, putting them back together. Being able to troubleshoot.
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Because i'm interested in powerplants and engine overhauling.
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Because am interested in maintenanc, more over aviation world is the best world and the most dangrous world, it is not boring career as a doctor or any engendering majors .
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I used to work for an airline as a parts clerk and I wanted to do something more, that is fixing things.
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I like to do repairs and trouble shooting.
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Because I love aircraft mechanic job.
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Because I am next to what I love.. Airplanes.
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Because I like to study about machine.
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As said before, I love aircraft and mechanical knowledge is also my prefer job.
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To help my family in Financial gain.
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I am good at mechanical things. So I choose to be an a&p mechanic.
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I want to work and enjoy and get new different things teaching.
Question 2 of 30
What subject, during your maintenance training, was the strongest?
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I draw much attention engines, landing gear and sheet metal, as each one of its functions in their areas are very important in an airplane for security and performance.
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Gas turbine engines and systems.
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Aircraft electrical systems.
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Gas turbine engine . Propulsion I got the highest mark in the collage.
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Engines, both reciprocating and turbine.
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Flight controls and safety aspect during maintence.
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Aircraft inspection, Basic Electricity, weight and balance.
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Hydraulic and Powerplant.
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Anthing to do with engine repair or maintenance.
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I like to think that hydraulics are one of my stronger subject just because I've had so much time working on hydraulic components from a manufacturing standpoint.
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Thermodynamic fluid mechanics and material science are my favorite subjects .. And thermodynamics is the strongest.
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Well from my first experience I worked on a cessna 152 flying machine, from that aircraft the strongest situation I faced on engine idle check.
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My subject is a machnical branch and car is my strong.
Question 3 of 30
Are you comfortable with heights?
Question 4 of 30
What do you excel at as an aircraft maintenance technician?
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I finish school so I can become more know of aircraft.
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Attention to every little detail.
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Repairs and troubleshooting works. Ability to detect faults quickly and accurately.
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I know excel well so can manage for aircraft maintenance technician.
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Well, to start with, I like to work on the aircraft, be it any kind of work, secondly I work quite efficiently under pressure and tight scheduled work, which usually an aircraft technician has to go through.
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Excel it by hardwork and determination towards continuos growth and advancement.
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I am very detail oreineted and have a great learning ability.
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Hand skills and trobleshootining which I have to know how the system work and what's the major components for it.
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Engine work and system troubleshooting.
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Inpection and maintanance.
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I attend a besic training course and several technical training course.
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I excel my knowledge in aircraft.
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I am good at doing check list.
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I am sure that I will excel more on my technical skills and more knowledge about the initial parts and component that need to be repair or be replace.
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Powerplant repair and trouble shooting. It's nice to find a problem and fix it and see it work properly.
Question 5 of 30
How active are you in your job search?
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Being emirates is a big advantage and it can make a impact in a positive manner to compnay and me also.
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I choose this company because is a large company in the aviation sector and she has to provide me the experience and development that I would like.
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No I choose your company especially.
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I chose your company specifically,
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Choose the company because of its safety record.
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I choose your company specifically as air india is a govt. Airline.
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I heard your company name for the very first time.
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I choose your company specifically because I have always loved air asia.
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I have completed my ab-initio training in aircraft maintenance engineering.
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I choose your company for great company, and avance guard for technology at the aircraft area.
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I am seeing my core field specific.
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Choose your company specifically.
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I specifally chose this because this job could open new paths in my life.
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I chose your company specifically.
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I choose the company because of it's focus on quality and safety, and I am someone with passion for high standard of service.
Question 6 of 30
Do you have your own tools?
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Yes I do have the basic tools that is needed for the job.
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Yes I have own basic tools.
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Yes I have my basic set of tools needed to perform a work in aircrafts.
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I currently do not have but I can acquire them.
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I have a few tools that are necessary for the job, I have a ratchet and wrench set that is imperial and metric. All the other tools shouldnt be too much of a problem either.
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Well I do not own any aircraft and I cannot take the aircraft at my place too, so I only own tools related to my bike.
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Yes at home I have some screw drivers pliers tongs etc.
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Yes I did, thats one of the most important thing in this field.
Question 7 of 30
What do you enjoy most about working on aircraft?
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I feel enjoy to work in aircraft cause its my passion.
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First I like Aircrafts since childhood and I love my work, the aircraft is also a job that is ongoing and nearing then new factors on the job.
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Its my passion about aircraft and more over it was a curiosity in my childhood days about the aircraft when I grown up its become my passion.
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Feeling of handling an aircraft is most enjoyable.
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Aircraft Engine mountaining.
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First of all I love technology. Just seeing this big bird flying in the sky excites me. It gives me certain feeling of enjoy just to be a part of the team.
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I m enjoy most at aircraft for safety and restrictedly work for perfection work.
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Because a/c is my passion . I am interested in working.
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Troubleshooting, taking things apart and understanding how they work together.
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I really just enjoy working on planes.
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Magnificent view of aircraft.
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I have more interest work with the aircraft because that is my ambition.
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There is not a specific thing which I enjoy doing on aircraft, but I like mostly working on the electrical eqipments.
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All the work I love to do work as a maintenance engineer.
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Putting stuff together so it works.
Question 8 of 30
If you fail to do your job correctly, what are the consequences? Are you able to work under that kind of pressure?
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Human errors can occar in any moment. I accept any leagal action that company will take. I am able to work under any condition.
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You could be terminated people could die. Yes I can work under those conditions.
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Inform my senior person, sure I will try.
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You should know the consequences for doing a job incorrectly you can put people at risk of death and cause damage to the aircraft. Absolutely.
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If I fail to work correctly, something is not safe. Yes I can work under pressure.
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I will make sure I know the problem. I enjoy working under pressure.
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Yes. As mechanic I m aware that by my mistake aircraft safety will be endanger so I will take utmost care to perform my job.
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The consequences would probably cause life and death situations in flight. I have had that pressure for over 20 years and know how to keep my composure and do the job right.
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Death of pax. Yes fully aware.
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Get help and yes can work under pressure.
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If I fail to do a job correctly, I obviously put the aircraft and everyone on it at risk, I also risk my job and my license. I feel like I can work under that pressure because I always feel like I work better when under pressure.
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First I am A HUMAN failing in work can be beside any one but not all the time you been failing tacking care of every thing schedule your paper free your mind from disturbance things take a steps before you start you wont fail, sure I can work under pressure.
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The consequences of failure are greater than myself and will effect the safety of the cabin crew and passengers. I believe I can handle that sort of pressure.
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I have a lot about the huge reputation of your company, and I want to be part of a winning team with a high safety standard.
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Yes I can work under pressure and about failing in job we have a quality system which resist the errors so I will try my 100% to not to make erroes but if it occure I will inform my senior most and try to solve that error.
Question 9 of 30
How well do you know your ATA codes?
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I am still learning and thank god for smartphone. I downloaded the app and I can check on it anytime I want.
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I know ATA code because, each of them is very important for the area to be directed, as it is more valuable detailed information.
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I know the ATA chapters...
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I know all the ATA codes.
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I am familiar with some but I am a fast learner and I know I will remember them like the back of my hand.
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Very well, I use them frequently.
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Not too well, honestly. My working knowledge of FARs is excellent, though.
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I have studed almost all codes, but to be hounst I must take a look of them to refresh them.
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I have studed almost all codes, but to be hounst I must take a look of them to refresh them.
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ATA 100 Chapter numbers were a common referencing standard for all commercial aircraft documentation. This commonality permits greater ease of learning and understanding for pilots, aircraft maintenance technicians, and engineers alike.
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Not to well but with some practices I can knock them out in a day or 2
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Standard for aircraft documentation.
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I know the most common ones. Others, I know where to reference.
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Ata 5 periodic check, 27 flight controls,
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I dont know them off by heart, but bcit did give me a little card that has the codes on them.
Question 10 of 30
Tell me about your education and training.
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I have finished a technical school as aircraft mechanic, I am a B1 licences engineer with type rated on Airbus A320 family, I have the practical part of the Airbus A330 200/300 certificate and the practical part is pending but it is in my priorities to finished in this year.
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I have completed Aircraft maintenence engineering and 2.5 yeras of experience in india.
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Degree in aerospace engineering. service personnel.
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Received 20 years of varied experience in the Air Force. Once I retired I received my BS in Professional Aeronautics with a minor in management from Embry Riddle.
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I did my primary at sk sultanah asma. I got 2a for my upsr. And then I took my spm at smk sultanah bahiyah in alor setar. I got 6a for my spm.
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My educating and training is about for Aviation area, is my passion dream to work aircraft.
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Attended West Los Angeles College, where I practice common practices, inspections and removal and replace parts.
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Studied at the east african civil aviation academy, due for internship and haven't yet done final exams.
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I have a bachelors degree in mechanical engineering, and a postgraduate degree in aerospace engineering. I have been trained on robinson r66 airframe and rolls Royce RR300 gas turbine engine. I have also written and passed airframe and power plant licence examination.
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I am an aeronautical engineer and diploma in mechanical engineer also i have worked as apprentice in blue dart aviation for Boeing 737
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I have completed my ame training from hpai, nasik, and before that I was in atomic energy central school completing my ssc and hsc.
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I have done my bechlors in Aviation technology and cleared all Basic exams of EASA part 66 B1.1
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I worked at l-3 for a little over a year. There I maintained inventory control. I assisted with receiving new and used parts. Printed work orders and distributed as per request.
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I graduate from the high school with excellent grade the I enrolled in afaq and passed the all module high mark, then started my OJT with texel air and worked on B737 classic, there is on disadvantage which we didnt do the tasks frequent because the company has only 2 A/C
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I attended Kansas State University where I received my Bachelor's of Science in Life Sciences in 2014. I then attended Wichita Area Technical College where I obtained my technical certificate in Aviation Maintenance Technology in 2016. My current job as as a sheet metal mechanic has taught me a variety of skills and given me a lot of working knowledge of aircraft structure.
Question 11 of 30
What is the latest news you've heard about our airline?
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I heard your company will re-open europe routes. And I hope its true!
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The new MRO in the USA territories.
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Operating in south sudan.
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The airline won the best airline company of the year last month.
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In dec2015 etihad airlines got first place for service and performance in top 10 airlines in the world.
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They are inducting some new aircraft to increase thier fleet.
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I heard your airline made a contract with texel air if one of your aircraft grounded in Bahrain airport.
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This question is irrelevant; Citation does not have an airline.
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Make commercial airline out of composites.
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Your airlines want to expand more aircraft.
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They got seven star award fro skytrax.
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You treat employees well.
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In all honesty, cant say that it was good news. It was the plane crash about a year ago including 2 pilots. Also the possibility that the pilot was intoxicated.
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U brought new equipment that offers your worker to work easy ind reduce repair time.
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The increasing number of destinations worldwide.
Question 12 of 30
What aircraft inspections do you dislike doing?
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I like my job so I do not think there is something that I like to do more or less on aircraft.
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Nothing like that happy to do all.
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None, but however, I find it more interesting to carry out maintenance and repairs than documenting maintenance records.
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In electronics section I dislike to work with that because I dont have interest with that.
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Till now the work I have done, it never happened such that I disliked the inspection, everything is like a new experience to me.
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Boroscope the engine its look like easy and exiting but it difficult to assest the defect . So it required high experience in observation .
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Electrical. It's a bit tedious for my liking.
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Working in work shop because I like working on the aircraft, I donot like aircondotion systems because it is very thef.
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Visual Inspection walk around check during raining and lightning strike.
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Nothing. It is my duty to prefome any inspection as reuied. I am happy with my job.
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I can't say the only experience I ever had was during my time in school and enjoy every practical we did.
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I enjoy all the inspection work.
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Structural in the underbelly of the plane.
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Inspections that require me to find little dents or nicks in really hard to access places that may already require a flashlight to see in plus take measurements and write them down.
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All aircraft inspections are pertinent. I wouldn't say I dislike any, but I find 200hrs inspection tedious.
Question 13 of 30
What is your aircraft maintenance specialty?
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I like to work on engines.
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Alternator, instruments and I will enjoy any where.
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I just enjoy doing maintenance on my own vehicle.
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I like to do replacement of brake assy.
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I had associated in various maintence check and can enjoying in every task doing.
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Avionics troubleshooting.
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I dont think I have specialty yet, but I do have a great mechanical aptitude and enjoy working with hydraulics, engines and flight controls.
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I have assisted in overhaul of components and have the idea of how it works.
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Aircraft in general. I enjoy inpecting communications.
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I like hydraulics and air conditioning systems.
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Well as per work demands I am interested to work on landing gears.
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Record keeping and studying of the test results of the failure analysis.
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My practical ability to perform the task is my specialty.. And I have with it... If I did not had this then I dont apply for the post.
Question 14 of 30
By this time in your career, you should have advanced further, what has slowed down your career progression?
Question 15 of 30
How would you describe your work ethic?
Question 16 of 30
Would you say you are a better verbal or written communicator?
Question 17 of 30
When have you worked with a diverse group of people?
Question 18 of 30
How many days were you absent from work last year?
Question 19 of 30
When have you shown great integrity at work?
Question 20 of 30
What is your current salary?
Question 21 of 30
When have you had to adapt your workload due to increasing demand from your supervisors?
Question 22 of 30
How do you like to be recognized for your accomplishments?
Question 23 of 30
Are you able to work outside in extreme weather conditions, if required?
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If I mentally and physically fit then I would obey the request and go due to aircraft safety precaustion.
Question 24 of 30
What protective gear are you accustomed to wearing on the job?
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Sorry to say I do not understand your question.
Question 25 of 30
Have you always had a strong mechanical aptitude?
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Not really, I always made mistakes from the begning to fix somethings and I m still trying to be a strong mechanic.
Question 26 of 30
Would you rather work for a commercial or private airline? Explain your answer.
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I want to work for a commercial because at there I can learn more things.
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To get basic experience I would like to work for a private airlines because I can create a good team with understanding and who can work independently with the respect of aviation law.
Question 27 of 30
How important is safety to you?
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Its the first and foremost thing I have to keep as I work.
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Safety is paramount to me. I always empathised how important safety is to my family and friends. For example everytime theyre in my car and not wearing a seatbelt, I will surely ask them to wear it on the spot.
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It is extremely important, as the aircraft carrying people from one destination to another, and there is no reason to not take things very cautiously, because any failure could lose many lives.
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Utmost. I have zero tolerance to unsafe practices.
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In the aviation field safety is more important to employee and aircraft because high efficiency oil and fuel are using.
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It's the number one priority. I believe in the saying, "Accidents don't happen, they are caused."
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Safety is most important thing on aviation.
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Its first priority for me and my co workers.
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Safety is not only on me, also aircraft and others very important.
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Safety is utmost requirement and is continous process.. Should develop just culture by adapting rules.
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100% hands down, most important thing in the entire industry. If I wasn't 100% about my job, I wouldnt be able to sleep at night.
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Safety is most important in aviation. It should always be top priority for every employees working in aviation industry. All regulatory and company safety policy and procedure must be complied while doing any activities.
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Well, extremely important I would like to get retired with good memories and not with tragedies.
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It is very important. Not only my safety, but safety of every passenger traveling with our aircraft is very important to me.
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Its very important for me to safe my self and the aircraft.
Question 28 of 30
In what situation would you would work on an airplane without proper engineers authorization?
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As an assistant of an other authorized engineer.
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No its not allowed unless guided by a authorized person.
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In any situationin any situation it would work without proper authorization, and of any superior knowledge required.
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Working with structural works.
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If I want to top up the hydraulic reservoir, engine oil, IDG oil, starter oil, refuel the aircraft change the lights any things that will not affect the flight safty.
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I cannot think of a scenario in which I would knowingly perform unauthorized work on an aircraft.
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Most, only need engineers when we run across a problem we could not solve using the technical reference materials at had.
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No I would not work an airplane without proper engineers authorization.
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When thers no 1 eligible to authorize the aircraft and the company itself give the authorization to work on aircraft.
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I wouldn't work on anything without an AMM
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No, much work on an airplane with proper engineers authorization.
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Certification is must before to attempt any work so will conform.
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I wouldn't. Because the situation that this may occur implies that the correct resources may not be available. If the aircraft is in the base, then most likely, if work needs to be perfomrmed, there would be an authorization on it.
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Non any where need paper to avoid mistakes.
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Outside where there are no proper authorized maintenance personnel and my authorization is equivalent to the work that I will be carrying out. But in that case also I will only work if Quality Manager gives permission.
Question 29 of 30
Would you ever consider skipping an inspection?
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I will never consider skipping inspection.
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Never because the SAFETY is priority in this work.
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I never consider skipping inspection because of lot of problem will create.
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No but give the attention that require yes.
5.
No. If it on AMM so its nessasery to do.
6.
No unless specified by the MPD
7.
Never. Even if my boss told me to skip it, I would still say that I should perform it, otherwise I wouldn't sign out the aircraft.
8.
Never. It's a violation and no one should skip an inspection.
9.
No never i know it will be a invitation for huge error or disaster.
10.
No way, I could do it a little faster but I also avoid that, is better lose a few minutes than bewail.
11.
No I have never considered. Because I know my responsibility as well as the consequences of the same.
12.
No sir as we know that an airline industry known for its reliability 99.999999... Hence we can not skip any inspection.
13.
No I won't skip but if I face a circumstance of skipping I will ask my team to work on it.
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About Aircraft Maintenance Technician

August 17th, 2017

Aircraft and avionics equipment mechanics and technicians repair and perform scheduled maintenance on airplanes and helicopters. They also inspect airplanes and helicopters as required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

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