Do you love airplanes and helicopters? Are you excited about working on a real airplane in a real airplane hanger (with power tools, too)? Are you a team player, self-motivated, organized, detail-oriented, and a problem-solver?

Aircraft Maintenance Technology teaches students the maintenance and repair of aircraft mechanical systems, including turbine and reciprocating engines, aircraft finishes, sheet metal, welding, landing gear, hydraulics, propellers, and much more. 

Students will work in an approved FAA Part 147 general and airframe certification program in an actual airplane hangar on real airplanes. They will be prepared to continue their training at a post-secondary level or enter the workforce. Aircraft maintainers can find jobs at airlines, manufacturers, airports, and repair stations.


📍Warren Tech South

🎓 2 - 4 Semesters

  • Aircraft Blueprints

  • Electrical Systems

  • Mathematics and Physics for Aviation

  • Sheet Metal

  • Ground Ops and Aircraft Servicing

  • Power, Fuel, and Landing Systems

  • Instrument and Navigation Systems

  • Aircraft Wood Structures, Aircraft Coverings, Non-metallic Structures, and Aircraft Finishes

  • Airframe Inspection

  • Basic First Aid/CPR/AED Certification

Upon successful completion of the program and of all FAA-required curriculum, students are eligible to test for their general and airframe maintenance