Demand for composite repair training grows along with advanced aircraft market


The new Boeing Dreamliner which costs over USD 200 million is made out of composite materials. Two thirds of its aluminium body parts were traded for components, produced from a new, much lighter material – carbon reinforced plastic. Part of the Boeing 777 tail is produced from carbon fibre – the material that Airbus has been using in its aircraft for several years now. Almost the entire A350 is manufactured using composite materials only.

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Asia-Pacific – the largest ‘employer’ of aviation technical personnel?


The number of jobs created directly in the aviation industry across South and Central America, Africa, Asia-Pacific and Eastern Europe came to a total of 2.8 million, while in North America, Australia and the rest of Europe the industry accounted for around 5.6 million jobs (data of 2010).

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The outlook on employment prospects for aircraft technicians – the highly promising emerging markets


The increasing demand for air transportation services and the growing number of carriers worldwide means that the commercial aviation business is only approaching the stage of maturity. It is predicted that in 2014 the number of air passengers will reach 3.3 billion (800 million more than in 2009).

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