FEAM Maintenance / Engineering Gets EASA Approval for New Business Unit

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It is difficult to find the right aviation training institute. How can you distinguish a good one from a bad one? An approval from an authorized organization is a sure sign that a given aviation training institute is the right one and good one.

In case you want to undergo maintenance training than you can choose FEAM Technical Training.

This is the latest business unit from FEAM Maintenance / Engineering and it has received the approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) as Part 147 Maintenance Training Organization, i.e. EASA 147.0155.

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In case you are not aware, FEAM Technical Training is based in Miami FL and is a standalone business entity. Aircraft type training will begin immediately throughout the US based network of line maintenance stations of FEAM.

Training courses are also available for airlines and maintenance organization to customers across the globe.

The approval that has been given by EASA contains all relevant Boeing and Airbus aircraft types, along with different types of engine configurations.

Speaking on the occasion, industry training veteran and FEAM Technical Training Director / Accountable Manager, David Taylor, stated – since they are able to use their own training resources internally to the FEAM organization, and also to provide training solutions to customers across the globe brings in lot of value for FEAM and the aviation community as a whole.

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Fred Murphy, FEAM CEO & Founder is highly pleased as the announcement is made that they have received approval from EASA. FEAM Technical Training continue to grow and is spreading its wings globally in the field of maintenance, engineering and services provider.

About FEAM

FEAM is the MRO leader in the aircraft line maintenance engineering in the United States. It is known for its advanced aircraft repair capabilities and a wide line station network for all the latest and next-generation aircraft such as B787 and A350.

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