Advanced Aircraft Systems

The Advanced Aircraft Systems program is designed for individuals with aviation maintenance experience or individuals holding an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certificate. This program provides training on the Advanced Aircraft Systems found on transport category aircraft, starting with the basics before covering more extensive material. Modern aircraft are highly complex machines equipped with highly integrated electrical systems that must operate within extreme tolerance to operate safely. In order to maintain these aircraft in peak operating condition, the modern A&P licensed technician normally requires a higher level of training to perform the scheduled maintenance, repairs, and complete inspections.

Examples of Advanced Aircraft Systems are radio communications, navigation, and weather radar; as well as the computer systems that monitor and control flight and primary aircraft functions. National Aviation Academy’s structured AAS course along with hands-on training teaches you how to maintain, troubleshoot and repair these systems. This advanced training will make you a highly skilled employee, whose expertise will be invaluable in our increasingly technological world.

AAS CERTIFICATIONS

  • Airbus Systems Training Course
  • Electrical Wiring & Interconnect Systems (EWIS)
  • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Element 1 -Marine Radio Operator Permit (MROP)
  • FCC Element 3 – General Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL)
  • FCC Element 8 – Radar
  • National Center for Aerospace and Transportation Technologies (NCATT) Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET) – NCATT – AET
  • Transport Category Aircraft Systems Course

CAREER OUTLOOK

Employment opportunities for aviation maintenance professionals has never been greater. According to the Boeing Company’s 2017 Pilot and Technician Outlook, 648,000 new technicians will be needed by 2036.

AEA Avionics Market Report

BY THE NUMBERS

$60,270 The median salary of an avionics technician. (From BLS)
648,000 The number of aviation mechanics that will need to be hired over the next 20 years. (Boeing)

Gainful Employment