FAQs

Ques: Who should choose AME course?
Ans: Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is a creative & hotest career in world. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is responsible for safety and security of the Aircrafts, Helicopters, other flying machines and issue Flight Release Certificate for safety before each flight. Students who wants international exposure & works in airlines should join this course. AME is respected & reputed career at this time.

Ques: This is not a degree course. What will be the future of this course?
Ans: Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) is a license course issued by Government of India regulated by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Only License holder Engineer (AME) can issue Flight Release Certificate. That’s why for become an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer one need this license. After getting this license an AME can work in any Airlines or aviation industry in world. If one wants to make career in aviation, this license is for them. There are hues demand of AME in aviation industry. According New Aviation Policy of Government of India 3.3 lakhs new jobs is going to open in next year’s.

Ques: What is the jobs opportunity for AME in next year’s?
Ans: Aviation industry has a highest growth at this time in the world. India is going to become third largest aviation market in the world after US & China requiring thousand of new Aircrafts and Helicopters. Thousands of professionals & Aircraft Maintenance Engineers will be required to handle this fast growing situation. As per government policy it is expected that the passenger growth in India will go to 300 Million from 80 Million today in next 5 years, requires huge demand which expected to be in excess of 3.3 Lakhs AMEs. There will be more jobs in market then AME candidates.

Ques: Is there any international exposures?
Ans: AME is international course regulated by International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Aircraft Maintenance Engineer can join any Airlines in world. IIAE has braced itself to produce high quality and skilled Aircraft Maintenances Engineers and technicians in the world. There is hues demand of Indian AMEs in international level. If one wants international career should choose aviation industry as AME.

Ques: What is the placement of AME students?
Ans: Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is responsible for safety and security of the Aircrafts, Helicopters, other flying machines and issue Flight Release Certificate for safety before each flight. AME is the backbone of airlines industry. Every airline requires lots of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers. We have placed more than 80% our students in Indian and foreign aviation industry with high salary package.

Ques: What is the salary package of an AME?
Ans: There is a modest start of approximately 15-20K per month and after getting full training and Type Certification approximately 1 Lack per month. This further increase with experience and number of licenses.

Ques: Why the Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is important:?
Ans: The licensed engineer is the sole arbitrator of safety whilst the aircraft is on the ground. The Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer will only supply their signature to a Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) when he/she are 100% certain that the aircraft is safe to fly. The CRS is a legal statement clearing an aircraft, as far as engineering is concerned, to fly. In effect, the engineer has taken full responsibility for the quality of any maintenance performed while the aircraft was on the ground.

Ques: Why aviation is different from other sectors of industry:
Ans: The key feature making aviation different from other sectors of industry is safety criticality. It is true that safety is also important for other transport sectors, but the failure of a key system during aircraft operation is more likely to lead to catastrophic results. The Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is a key figure in ensuring that your flight was completed not only safely but also without event.

Ques: Why maintenance matters:
Ans: There is a close link between standards of maintenance and safety. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) has established minimum standards of airworthiness and operational safety for operating aircraft. The Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer has studied long and hard to obtain his qualification in accordance with ICAO requirements.