On October 9, 1890, Clément Ader was the first person to successfully take off from level ground.
His Eole, a steam-powered, bat-winged monoplane, reached a height of around 20cm, flew an alleged distance of 50m – and crashed. This first airplane had one pilot, one passenger and one technician: Clément Ader himself.
On April 27, 2005, the Airbus A380 takes off from Toulouse Airport for its first official flight. This aircraft is the most ambitious civil aircraft program yet. This double deck airliner has a wing span 79.8m and an empty weight of 308 tons. It offers a standard seating for 555 passengers. On top of a Flight crew of two, a triple backup computer system, it needs a cabin crew and -to assure its safety- a team of qualified maintenance technicians.
It is evident: Aviation has developed from a one man show into a highly developed industry with one overall objective - safety.
Customized maintenance programs are the basis for the safety of passengers and crews alike.
They rely on highly trained professionals that possess an unquestionable level of expertise. Through our PART-147 training we provide that expertise. We bring your engineers up to the highest industry standards in aircraft maintenance so that your fleet keeps flying safe and flying high.