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Air Service Training offers approved training and examinations to meet the requirements of the EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence

Brahan Building
Crieff Road
Perth, PH1 2NX

Overview and opportunities

Air Service Training, is the longest established aircraft engineer training provider having been established in 1931. It provides complete solutions for the training of aircraft engineers to airlines, maintenance organisations, military formations and individuals. AST provides approved training at its main site in Perth, Scotland, and at locations in Iceland, Indonesia, Kuwait and Jordan. It also provides short modular courses and approved examinations in Perth and worldwide locations.

In addition to engineer training, AST undertakes consultancy in related areas and bespoke courses specifically designed to meet industry training needs.

Classification / Attributes

  • Roles: Engineering, Maintenance, Specialist Areas
  • Entry routes: School Leavers, Direct Entry, Apprenticeships
  • Size: SME
  • Areas: Scotland, Europe, Middle East, Asia

Capabilities

  • Aircraft Maintenance
  • Licensed Engineers
  • Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)

Further information

AST provide 2 scheduled approved Part 66 Category B licence course intakes per year, with additional intakes available as appropriate. A full list of short modular courses and examinations delivered in Perth, Scotland, and at sites worldwide is published on the company website.

 

AST is registered to sponsor Tier 4 student Visas, under a licence held by Perth College University of the Highlands and Islands.

 

Articulation onto degree programmes is available to graduates from the AST approved course.