Mecánico de aviones

 Cursos y certificación en USA

Licencia FAA   A y P (fuselaje y motor)

Esta información es para aquellos mecánicos de aviones que deseen obtener su licencia de Mecánico de Aviaciones en los Estados Unidos.

 Observaciones: ¡Todos los cursos son en Inglés!
¡La FAA requiere que el candidato sepa leer, escribir y hablar en Inglés
y que todas las evaluaciones se lleven a cabo en idioma Inglés!

 

Ofrecemos cursos de Inglés para que puedas obtener tu Aircraft Mechanic License en USA. Dictados por        Horacio Abud, Profesor de Inglés, Biología y Profesor de Aviation English en el Centro Universitario de Aviación.(C.U.A.)

 

 

Contáctese al  15-57676532  ó  4759-9471 para una informe completo en una entrevista personal.

Ventajas de obtener la licencia de Mecánico de Aviones en USA

-          Posibilidad de trabajar en cualquier parte del  mundo. La licencia otorgada por la FAA es reconocida en casi  todos los principales  países. El mercado laboral se incrementa considerablemente.

-          Acceso a un nivel de ingresos mucho más elevado. Posibilidad de responder a las ofertas de trabajo para mecánicos de Aviones en todo el mundo. Visitar website: climbto350.com

-          Posibilidad de trabajar en docencia en las Escuelas de Mecánicos de Aviones de muchos lugares del mundo. (Instructores de Mecánicos de Aviones)

 

Aircraft Mechanic Salary Guide

 

Aircraft Mechanic (Jet) - U.S. National Averages

 

 

The median expected salary for a typical Aircraft Mechanic (Jet) in the United States is $76,095. This basic market pricing report was prepared using our Certified Compensation Professionals' analysis of survey data collected from thousands of HR departments at employers of all sizes, industries and geographies.

Source: HR Reported data as of May 2012

 

Requisitos para Licencia FAA

1. Edad mínima 18 años

2. Saber escribir, hablar y leer Inglés.
(Con algunas excepciones si usted trabaja fuera de los Estados Unidos)
(La  FAA obliga a que las clases sean totalmente en Inglés para demostrar aptitud)

3. Mínimo de 18 meses de experiencia (verificada) como técnico de aviación   para obtener una licencia (A)      (fuselaje) o (P) (motor), o 30 meses mínimos para obtener las dos (A y P)  (fuselaje y motor).        

 

 Job Description for Aircraft Mechanic (Jet)

Keeps airplane in safe working condition by servicing engines, engine components, and airframe components. Modifies and replaces parts such as instruments, wiring, and tires. Identifies hazardous aircraft conditions and determines when aircraft should not be flown. Requires a high school diploma or its equivalent. Must complete an apprenticeship and/or formal training in area of specialty. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of complicated tasks.

Commercial airlines pay the highest aircraft mechanic salary. According to recent reports, Continental Airlines compensates their mechanics $33.84 an hour. Although the training is extensive, people who graduate from a FAA approved school and get a license are rewarded for their efforts.

According to the US Bureau of Labor, the airline industry will need 7% to 11% more mechanics by 2018.
 
 

Where the Jobs Are

Many mechanics compete for jobs at high-paying commercial airlines. However, there are other employment opportunities in this field. Commuter and regional airlines are expanding their service throughout the country and need help. Although the aviation mechanic salary offered here is lower, these small, expanding airlines are great places to get a job and gain valuable experience. FAA repair stations are contracted out to private operators; these individuals hire qualified help to handle the work load. There are approximately 4000 of these certified repair stations in the US. Air taxies, flight training schools and aircraft manufacturers also offer employment opportunities.

According to the US Department of Labor, the average aviation mechanic salary in May of 2010 was $25.62 an hour which is $53,270 a year. The Department of Labor updates their information every two years and will issue new findings in 2012. Other informational reports show a range from $14.50 to $31 an hour for aviation mechanic salary. A mechanic holding an A&P certificate with 10 years experience makes about $45 an hour or $73,000 a year. Although airplane mechanics are not required by law to have a FAA license, many employers require this certification of competency. These quoted salary averages include both licensed and unlicensed service technicians.