Aircraft Engineering Training Solutions Ltd

AETS Ltd is a Part 147 EASA Approved Maintenance Training Organization aimed to provide excellent quality aircraft engineering training to the highest standards. We provide a wide range of EASA approved Part 147 training courses on Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft types as well as a comprehensive range of Regulatory training courses.

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FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WARNS TO INSPECT STORED BOEING 737 JETS TO AVOID ENGINE SHUTDOWNS

Boeing | July 24, 2020

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