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Careers in Aircraft Maintenance

Careers in Aircraft Maintenance

Dublin Aerospace is based at Dublin International Airport, Ireland. Our facility is 20,000m2 in size and covers Hangar 1, 4 and 5. We operate a 4 bay base maintenance facility that can presently handle approx 70 aircraft per annum, an APU overhaul centre that can handle 400 APU’s a year and a Landing Gear services centre that has capacity for 250 legs annually.  

We currently run two apprenticeship programmes: 

Dublin Aerospace Mechanical Automation and Maintenance Fitter (MAMF) Apprenticeship

What you will learn as a MAMF Apprentice: 

  • Practical skills and theoretical knowledge
  • Principles of operating Machines while working in a workshop environment
  • How to control and adjust equipment
  • Understanding Instructional manuals including technical drawings and diagrams
  • How to apply physics and mathematical principles
  • How to work with control systems
  • How to ensure accuracy and attention to detail in all aspects of work
  • How to keeping accurate records & reports

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Dublin Aerospace Aircraft Mechanic Apprenticeship 

What does an Aircraft Mechanic do?
Aircraft Mechanic’s inspect, maintain and repair airframe structures, engines, electrical and avionic systems. Therefore, both mechanical and electrical aptitudes are necessary. The aviation industry uses advanced technology, and with increasing reliance on computerised flight control and aircraft management systems, the understanding of electronic and computer equipment is an important part of an Aircraft Technician's skill set.