Description: A comprehensive overview of the structured aircraft maintenance and engineering programs established by the aircraft manufacturer and certified by the Federal Aviation Administration for civil aviation. Areas of emphasis include maintenance program development, maintenance documentation, the role of engineering, maintenance, maintenance support, quality control, reliability and safety within the program. This course provides the student with an overall understanding of the maintenance programs required for aircraft operating under F.A.R. Part 121 in the commercial air carrier fleets.
Course Syllabus for AVIA 264
Course syllabus for Fall 2017 can be found here.
To Be Determined – Course Paper information will be posted here.
To Be Determined – Field Trip information will be posted here.
AVIA 264 Lessons
Lessons can be downloaded & printed in PPT format:
|Chapter # 1 – Maintenance|
|Chapter # 2 – Development of Maintenance Program|
|Chapter # 3 – Definitions, Goals, and Objectives|
|Chapter # 4 – Aviation Industry Certification Requirements|
|Chapter # 5 – Documentation for Maintenance|
|Chapter # 6 – Requirements for a Maintenance Program|
|Chapter # 7 – Maintenance and Engineering Organization|
|Chapter # 8 – Engineering|
|Chapter # 9 – Production Planning and Control|
|Chapter # 10 – Technical Publications|
|Chapter # 11 – Technical Training|
|Chapter # 12 – Aircraft Maintenance Management|
|Chapter # 13 – Line Maintenance|
|Chapter # 14 – Hangar Maintenance|
|Chapter # 15 – Material Support|
|Chapter # 16 – Quality Assurance|
|Chapter # 17 – Quality Control|
|Chapter # 18 – Reliability|
|Chapter # 19 – Maintenance Safety|