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Engine Run-up Continuation Training

Engine Run-up Continuation Training

Duration

2 training hours minimum – practical training (for each student)

Number of Participants

None.

Price

on request

Content

Engine Run-up Training provides skills and experience with starting and operating the engines and related aircraft systems. It emphasizes recognition of normal/abnormal engine and systems operation and provides skills for checking engine performance characteristics. Normal and emergency engine  operation including associated safety precautions and procedures are also included.

Objectives

At the completion of engine run-up training the student will be able to safely operate engine after a major repair and/or replacement of engine components.NOTE: Engine run-up training is provided using adequate simulators and/or real aircraft.

Target Group

EASA Part-66 Category B1 or other maintenance staff.

Aircraft Engine

CFM56-3

Prerequisites

Successfully completed EASA Part-66 B1 Aircraft Type T raining on particular air-craft/engine type.

Examination

Practical examination according to Engine Run-Up Practical Training Report.


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