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Asian Aviation Training Centre (AATC) was founded in August 1996 and grew into a world class provider of ATR, Airbus A320 and Airbus A330 pilot and maintenance training (offering both wet and dry lease training equipment). AATC is one of Asia's leading independent approved training organisation (EASA ATO.0024) combining innovation, training and technology to ensure maximum aviation safety and regulatory compliance.
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Asian Aviation Training Centre is situated at the southern end of Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport, the state of the art training facility offers a modern, fully equipped training environment with EASA, Thai CAAT (and a multitude of other national aviation authority) qualified FSTDs and associated training tools covering ATR 42-300, 42-500, 72-200, 72-210E, 72-212A (-500 series) 72-212A (-600 series), A320-200 and A330-200E aircraft types.
All FSTDs are multi configurable and can be readily configured to reflect just about any airframe/engine/avionics combination to enhance the training experience.
The facility has numerous classrooms, computer-based training rooms, briefing and debriefing rooms, mock ups, administration offices, and extra amenities including an instructor’s office, customer lockers and various lounge areas.
Some specific numbers about Asian Aviation Training Centre:
- 36,152 – Training hours achieved in 2016
- 130+ – Customers using our facility
- 100+ – Level D standard visual databases available
- 51 – Dedicated permanent members of staff
- 40+ – EASA & NAA qualifications
- 21 – Years presence in Thailand
- 15 – EASA qualified FSTDs
- 7 – Our latest building
Specific aircraft maintenance training solutions be arranged by AATC for a variety of ATR and A320 types.
Training courses and services offered include:
B1 Mechanical Course
To give the trainee an in-depth knowledge of the Airframe, Engine, Electrical and Avionic LRU’s Systems. The theoretical training is in accordance with Part-66 appendix III.
B2 Avionic Course
To give the trainee an in-depth knowledge of the Electrical, Instrument, Autopilot and Radio/Radar Systems and basic knowledge on the required aircraft and engine systems The theoretical training is in accordance with Part-66 appendix III.
Engine run up
To give the trainee competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance, using a structured learning process. The training will be conducted on the simulator and in the classroom and is aimed at EASA Part-66 category B1 or other maintenance staff who have successfully completed the appropriate theoretical course on relevant aircraft type and previous practical experience of aircraft/ engine of comparable construction and system.
Asian Aviation Training Centre is an L-3 company, the global pilot training and simulator manufacturing group.
If you are about to START Aircraft Maintenance Training you will need the below:
- Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Logbook - https://amzn.to/2wFGCC8
- If you are studying Airframe and Power Plant and are looking for additional study material we recommend checking out this Jeppesen A&P General Kit - https://amzn.to/2wEi2RW
If you are interested to read more about aircraft maintenance training, check out these books which we recommend:
- “Aircraft Maintenance and Repair, Seventh Edition” (https://amzn.to/2jQSwzA) a valuable resource for students of aviation technology
- “Aviation Mechanic Handbook: The Aviation Standard” (https://amzn.to/2IConlz) a core reference for mechanics, aircraft owners and pilots