The mechanics are getting ready for the arrival of the first MRTT

Helen Chachaty

2018/03/28 | 395 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
The mechanics are getting ready for the arrival of the first MRTT © The first French A330 MRTT on its maiden flight © Airbus

As we announced last year (The first MRTT Phénix mechanics to receive part of their training in the civilian sector), the French Air Force's mechanics have started their training for the imminent arrival of their first A330 MRTT. The programme began last September for around thirty members of staff who acquired A330 type rating at Airbus's Toulouse site at the end of 2017.

The six-month practical part began in January and is carried out at a civilian airline. According to our information, th...(…)

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