Peace to the world, hard work, July


Our dear colleagues and friends! We cannot hold back a unique and interesting piece of news. The first week of July turned out to be a rather international one for our Training Center. Just consider: our instructors have given training courses in Canada, Kazakhstan, Thailand, and Germany – all at the same time! We need […]

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Quality System Auditors


End of April another Quality Auditor at Aircraft and Components Maintenance Organisations training course was conducted. This course is especially interesting because of the fact that we give not only theoretical knowledge on auditing techniques and procedures, but we also allow our student mastering this theoretical knowledge in real maintenance environment. The practical part of […]

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Achievements on a global stage


Moscow, April 11, 2018. – Training Center “Aviator” took part in a Conference with an ambitious topic “Shaping the future of the air transport industry”, that was organized under the Dutch Aviation Solutions Russia (DASR) project jointly with ATO Events. During the Conference different topics were covered including training aspects of air transport industry development […]

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International Regulations Workshop – Overseas Territories becoming closer and clearer


International Regulations Workshop was conducted on February 12-15, 2018 in Moscow. In the course of the Workshop the following topics were discussed: update on the EU/EASA regulations; details on the OTARs applicable in the overseas territoritories (including Bermudas) and also applicable to Bermuda registered aircraft operated in Russia; the principles of ICAO 83bis arrangements, the […]

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In the beginning of February this year our Training Center has successfully conducted the Aircraft Inspection and Airworthiness Assessment training course, that gathered in Almaty (Republic of Kazakhstan) an international audience including representatives of aviation authorities and organisations from Republic of Kazakstan, Kyrgyz Republic, and Uzbekistan. The training arouse high interest and resulted in active […]

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One lives and learns


In order to provide the high-quality services, we always work toward mantaining our competencies at the highest level. On the week before last in the departing year or colleagues underwent a trainng at one of the best European training centers – JAA TO (located in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands). The training was dedicated to aircraft interior […]

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Aviator in mass media


Last week a celebratory issue of Aviasouz magazine (Nov-Dec 2017) was issued commemorating 95 years of the civil aviation of Russia. Aviator could not keep away from such an interesting issue and took its part in the Continuing Airworthiness section together with the leading civil aviation enterprises of Russia. In that article we described our […]

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Have you already amended your МОЕ?


Our Training Center is continuously monitoring the aviation legislation updates thus ensuring a non-stop improvement of the training process. For example, this week we’ve conducted a series of European Aviation Legislation Continuation Trainings. One of the most important topics was the recent changes in EASA documents governing the Part-145 Approved Maintenance Organisations located outside the […]

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Participation in EASA Seminar


Training Center “Aviator” participated in the annual EASA Forum “Product Certification & Design Organisation Approval Workshop”, which took place on November 22-23, 2017 in Cologne, Germany. In this Forum took part more than 500 of aviation technologies design and production organisations, as well as EASA top management and experts. The aim of this Forum was […]

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There is nothing impossible in this world


Dear colleagues and friends! We have another interesting piece of new for you! Just yeaterday the French aviation authorities have updated the Part-66 Basic License of our student Yan Kalnysh. Now the European license of Yan contains the following types: Boeing 777-200/300 (GE 90) Airbus A330 (RR Trent 700) Boeing 777-200/300 (RR RB211 Trent 800) […]

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