The "MRO" - "Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul" is the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul activity. Airline customers are not well informed about the importance of maintenance.
Yet it is thanks to the constant care provided to aircraft that this mode of transport remains the least dangerous. The ballet of workers on the ground on the airport tarmac gives only a very small idea of what this maintenance effort represents.
Aerospace manufacturers provide "MROs" with a comprehensive set of product maintenance and repair information and methods.
The two main rival aircraft manufacturers, Boeing and Airbus, and the others, subject their production to a certain number of regular mandatory tests usually called Maintenance A, B, C and D.
We are approved as an EASA BE.147.002 training center for licenses A1, A2, B1.1, B1.1, B1.2, B2 of Part 66, as well as for specific training such as B1.1, B2 and C for the different types of Airbus and Boeing.
Courses are provided by qualified and experienced instructors and is available in both French and English.
The major employers
The main employers in the maintenance sector are hangars for small aircraft and airliners such as Tec4Jets, Sabena Aerospace, Lufthansa, X-Air Services, Brussels Airlines,...