Airline Mechanic (Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians)

Airline Mechanic (Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians)
Follow procedures to perform regular inspections and maintenance on aircraft. Troubleshoot and repair issues. Overhaul aircraft bodies and engines. License required for certain tasks. Work in a large hangar; may be noisy when planes are being tested. A hands-on job that requires some strength. A high level of responsibility as mechanics must ensure that aircraft are safe for pilots and passengers.

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