Coming soon to 360 Aviation Life (in partnership with the training organization EASA 147) will be offering a training course for A320 technicians in both CEO and NEO versions.
It will be taught in online mode, which will allow you to study from anywhere and adapt the pace of learning to your needs. In addition, you will have the opportunity to do your internship and exams in Barcelona, giving you a practical and enriching experience.
The duration of the course is 50 days and it is taught in English. Upon completion, you will obtain the Airbus A320 CEO & NEO maintenance type rating, which will open up new job opportunities in the aeronautical sector.
But let’s start pre-warming up our engines and get to know the world’s most popular family of airliners.
Meeting the A320 family
Since Airbus launched its A320 Family, the company’s line of single-aisle airliners has set the standard as the world’s most comfortable short- and medium-haul airliners. It is also the most successful commercial aircraft of all time.
The Airbus A320 is a medium-sized commercial airliner used worldwide. It was designed and manufactured by Airbus, a leading European commercial aircraft manufacturer.
It is a single-aisle aircraft capable of carrying between 150 and 180 passengers, depending on the cabin configuration. The aircraft has a number of safety and performance features that make it one of the world’s most popular business jets.
The A320 has two versions: the CEO version (Current Engine Option) and the NEO version (New Engine Option).
The NEO version is an upgrade of the CEO version that incorporates new technologies to improve fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
All A320 Family members share the same fly-by-wire digital flight controls. fly-by-wire digital flight controls y cabin management systems. This uniformity makes life easier for pilots and cabin crew, allowing them to focus on serving passengers while reducing training and maintenance costs.
The A320 flight crew includes two pilots, a captain and a co-pilot, and may require the presence of a flight engineer in certain circumstances. Training for A320 pilots includes rigorous simulator training, flight training and ground training.
Most airlines operating the A320 have a very strict maintenance and repair program to ensure the safety of the aircraft.
Maintenance technicians must be highly trained and certified by the trained and certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to carry out maintenance and repair work on the aircraft.
This is why the A320 is a very safe and reliable aircraft that has proven its efficiency and popularity around the world.
You can learn more about the world’s most popular commercial aircraft in our new course. Register now and take advantage of the %10 discount for the first 10 registrants!
The Airbus A320 CEO (Current Engine Option) is a medium-sized commercial airliner developed by Airbus. It was launched in 1984 and entered service in 1988. Since then, it has been one of the most popular aircraft in the aviation industry.
The A320 CEO has a passenger passenger capacity of between 140 and 180 passengers.depending on the configuration of the cabin. It can reach a cruising speed of approximately 850 km/h and has a range of up to 6,100 km, making it a popular choice for short and medium-haul flights.
The aircraft is powered by two CFM56 or IAE V2500 engines, providing between 22,000 and 27,000 pounds of thrust.
The CFM56 engines are produced by CFM International,a joint venture between GE Aviation and Safran Aircraft Engines, whilethe V2500 engines are produced by International Aero Engines, a joint venture between Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, MTU Aero Enginesa joint venture between Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, MTU Aero Engines, andJapanese Aero Engines Corporation.
In addition, the A320 CEO has excellent fuel efficiency, making it a cost-effective option for airlines. In total, more than 4,600 A320 CEO aircraft have been built worldwide, and it remains a popular aircraft in the commercial aviation industry.
The A320 NEO
The Airbus A320 NEO (New Engine Option) is an updated and improved version of the CEO version. It was launched in December 2010 and entered service in January 2016.
One of the distinctive features of the A320 NEO is its new engine, which provides improved fuel efficiency and a significant reduction in noise and exhaust emissions.
The A320NEO provides minimum change with maximum benefit thanks to the availability of two advanced engine options: the geared turbofan Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1100G-JM and the LEAP-1A from CFM Internationalboth with outstanding operational, economic and environmental performance.
It also features several aerodynamic and design improvements to enhance its efficiency and performance. For example, it has new wingtips Airbus SharkletsTM, which reduce aerodynamic drag and improve fuel efficiency.
In this way, the A320NEO offers fuel savings and a 20% CO2 reduction compared to previous-generation Airbus aircraft.
It also features an upgraded passenger cabin with advanced in-flight entertainment technology and more comfortable seats.
The A320 NEO has a capacity of 140 to 170 passengers, with a maximum of up to 180 passengers, depending on the cabin configuration. It has a range of up to 6,500 km, making it a popular choice for short and medium-haul flights.
It is a very popular aircraft in the aviation industry and has been ordered by numerous airlines worldwide. Airbus has delivered more than 1,500 A320 NEO aircraft to date, and it is expected to remain a popular choice in the commercial aviation industry in the future.
In addition, each aircraft in the A320NEO family is the same aircraft in a different size, so their pilots, crews and mechanics only have to learn about one to master them all.
A320 CEO and NEO Maintenance
The aircraft is designed to have a life cycle of 60,000 flight hours or 48,000 takeoff and landing cycles.
Maintenance is performed based on time limits and accumulated flight hours, and is divided into two main categories: scheduled maintenance and unscheduled maintenance.
Scheduled maintenance includes periodic inspections and repairs scheduled in the aircraft maintenance schedule. These inspections are performed at specific intervals. Scheduled maintenance may include tasks such as system inspection, replacement of wear parts and software upgrades.
Unscheduled maintenance is maintenance that is performed outside of the scheduled maintenance calendar, and may include emergency repairs or correction of unanticipated problems. In addition, this type of maintenance can be costly and cause flight delays.
You can learn more about the world’s most popular aircraft family here at 360 Aviation Life. Join our A320 CEO and NEO aircraft maintenance course and become an expert in aircraft maintenance. Sign up now and ensure your success in the aviation industry!
In our new course we will be offering a Aeronautical Maintenance License (LMA) type B1.1 y B2.
These are just two of many other types of maintenance licenses but what enables each of them to do? Let’s take a look at it below.
Aeronautical Maintenance License (LMA) B1.1
This type of license B1 entitles the holder to issue certificates of release to service after having carried out maintenance work on the aircraft structure, powerplant, mechanical and electrical systems of the aircraft.
The powers of this license include the replacement of on-line replaceable avionics units, provided that simple checks are required to demonstrate correct operation.
The subcategory B1.1 delivered in the course refers specifically to the professional’s competence with regard to turbine-powered aircraft.
Aeronautical Maintenance License (LMA) B2
The B2 License allows its holder to issue certificates of release to service after having performed maintenance work on electrical and avionics systems.
You will also be able to perform electrical and avionics tasks on powertrains and mechanical systems that require only simple checks to demonstrate proper operation.
In addition, the holder of this license will be able to issue certificates of fitness for service for service after having carried out scheduled on-line maintenance and rectification of non-complex defects.
You can be part of the A320 family and the world of aviation with our new Airbus A320 CEO & NEO maintenance course. Airbus A320 CEO & NEO aircraft.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to become an expert and obtain your Airbus A320 CEO & NEO Aircraft Maintenance Licence. Our theoretical and practical course will give you the knowledge and skills necessary to maintain and repair the world’s most popular aircraft.
Best of all, you can study from the comfort of your home thanks to our online mode of study. In addition, you will have the opportunity to put into practice what you have learned in Barcelona, where you will carry out your internship and exams.
Our course is designed for English speakers, which will allow you to improve your skills in this important language and prepare you for the world of international aviation.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to become an expert in A320 CEO and NEO aircraft maintenance.
You can take the full course for both aircraft for 3000€, or only for the CEO version for 2000€. The first 10 registrants will get a %5 discount!
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