Snecma now Safran , who had mostly built military engines previously, was the first company to seek entrance into the market by searching for a partner with commercial experience to design and build an engine in this class. The two companies saw mutual benefit in the collaboration and met several more times, fleshing out the basics of the joint project. GE needed an engine in this market class, and Snecma had previous experience of working with them, collaborating on the production of the CF turbofan for the Airbus A GE was initially considering only contributing technology from its CF6 engine rather than its much more advanced F engine, developed for the B-1 Lancer supersonic bomber.

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The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom. The participant will acquire aircraft type knowledge necessary to perform to issue Certificate of Release to Service CRS following base maintenance to the type of aircraft stated in course title.

It provides a brief overview of the airframe, systems and powerplants as outlined in the Systems description section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

Visualization on a real aircraft. Subjects taught as listed in the Course Syllabus. The content of the theoretical difference training element complies with the requirements defined in the related document for Certifying Staff. Target Group Maintenance Certifying Technicians — Mechanics and Avionics- who are holders of a basic license or equivalent and seek type qualification on the A aircraft equipped with IAE V engines.

Number of participants Recommended Maximum: 12 Prerequisites It is recommended for the trainees to be familiar with turbine powered transport aircraft and digital electronic equipment, and to have the knowledge and experience required for maintaining turbine powered transport aircraft.

Trainees should be able to read, write and communicate at an understandable level in English language. Note: Refer to relevant authority for any requirement to endorse the type rating on the license.

Trainees must be qualified on the source aircraft. They must demonstrate the endorsement of that type on their license or the certificate of ATA level 3 course completion of the relevant course category on the source aircraft. Objectives Upon completion of this difference course, the trainee shall have acquired the additional knowledge and skills which complement the related knowledge, skills learned and experience gained on A CFM56 Family aircraft, so that they may safely maintain A Family aircraft equipped with IAE V engines in a reliable and airworthy condition.


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