FAA Gets Pushback On Proposed Mechanic Training Update

Credit: Pratt & Whitney
The bulk of the FAA’s required curriculum for training aircraft mechanics was adopted a few months after the Boeing 747 entered revenue service. The only update—a minor one—came in 1992, three years before the first 777 began to fly paying passengers. Suffice it to say that the U.S.’s Part 147...

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