KLM UK Engineering Acquires EASA Part 147 Boeing 737 MAX Approval

KLM UK Engineering has acquired EASA Part 147 Boeing 737 MAX approval. “KLM UK Engineering is delighted to have gained the approval for the Boeing 737 MAX. This was the natural progression for us, after delivering Boeing 737 training for over 15 years on the Classic, followed by the Next Generation. With significant demand for both type and practical training for this product we look forward to offering solutions for 2019 onwards,” says Ray Flower, Head of Technical Training.

The Company’s training facility recently relocated to the International Aviation Academy Norwich, which is adjacent to the main base maintenance operation. This facility has been purpose built to accommodate aviation engineering training, with a live Boeing 737 aircraft, fully equipped workshops and state of the art classrooms, to create a great learning environment. To find out more about these products & services please visit our website.

The technical training college has been in operation for 30 years, and in this time has directly trained staff and successfully run an in-house apprenticeship scheme. It is currently offering a virtual learning environment product for EASA licenses as well as several Airworthiness courses. KLM UK Engineering is promoting these to the market, both for commercial and military operations. The college has been working with universities & colleges to deliver a foundation course in aircraft engineering & BSc Hons Aircraft Engineering and is part of the International Aviation Academy – Norwich.

KLM UK Engineering Technical Training College is a part of AFI KLM E&M network of Technical Training Centers offering complementary capabilities of the training centres located in Paris and Amsterdam, offering a full range of maintenance training courses related to most of the aircraft currently in operations.