Boeing

Airframe and Power Plant Initial

This course prepares the BBJ mechanic to operate, maintain, and repair all airframe and power plant systems on the BBJ. This course provides in-depth technical information, including a detailed description of all airframe and power plant systems and components, location and access of components, theory of operation, and overviews of maintenance procedures. Instructor-led computer based training (CBT), simulator training, and factory field trips are integrated throughout the course. Line-oriented scenarios are used to give mechanics exposure to the troubleshooting of actual problems.

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BBJ Regulatory-Approved Line & Base

This course satisfies the training needs for:

  • B1/B2 licensed airplane engineers who perform airplane maintenance under the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Regulations as specified in EASA Part 66.
  • B1/B2 licensed airplane engineers who perform airplane maintenance under the Civil Aviation Safety Agency (CASA) Regulations as specified in Part 66.
  • ME/AV Cat II licensed airplane engineers who perform airplane maintenance under the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) Regulations.

 

This course gives the student an understanding of the airplane principle characteristics, system purpose, general description and component location. Servicing connections, normal function, operation, indication and Built In Test Equipment (BITE) functions are discussed. Students are also introduced to safety precautions/human factors that must be observed, and receive instruction on ramp-and-transit maintenance practices on airplane systems for dispatching and/or receiving a 737NG airplane. Information about the Auxiliary Fuel system and Reduced Vertical Separation Minimums (RVSM) has been added to this course to support BBJ operations.

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BBJ Update

This course is designed for maintenance technicians with BBJ experience who require an airplane systems review. This course provides a review of normal system operation and indication with an emphasis on recent service information and product updates. The course includes discussions of typical system malfunctions, how to identify faults, and whether repairs are required to dispatch the airplane.

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BBJ Electrical and Avionics Initial

This course prepares the BBJ avionics technician to operate, maintain, and repair all electrical and avionics systems on the BBJ. This course provides in-depth technical information, including a detailed description of all electrical and avionics systems and components, location and access of components, theory of operation, and overviews of maintenance procedures. Instructor-led computer based training (CBT), simulator training, and a factory field trip are integrated throughout the course. Line-oriented scenarios are used to give avionics technicians exposure to the troubleshooting of actual problems.

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BBJ Engine Run Procedures

This course gives the maintenance technician the necessary knowledge and skills to safely taxi the airplane.

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Future Air Navigation System (FANS) Training CBT

Boeing has developed a self-paced, 737 based Future Air Navigation System (FANS) course. While once the domain of just wide body aircraft, FANS is now becoming required capability on some Boeing 737's in commercial use. The Boeing Business Jet pioneered the 737 implementation of FANS on the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) 15 years ago and it has been standard equipage on the BBJ since that time.

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BBJ Taxi Procedures

This course provides the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) mechanic and avionics technician with the knowledge and skills required to safely taxi the airplane.

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