Vocational training

Deutsche Aircraft and AERO-Bildung partner to provide professional training for aircraft mechanics

Deutsche Aircraft and AERO-Bildung have signed an agreement to jointly train future aircraft mechanics. Both companies stand out for their long experience in the aerospace industry.

This is the first time that Deutsche Aircraft has offered professional training. It is part of an integrated recruitment strategy that supports the growth and ambition of the company. The first cohort will include four students and is expected to start in September 2022.

Over a period of 42 months, the trainees will learn the basics of working as an aircraft mechanic at the facilities of AERO-Bildung and will test their newly acquired aircraft knowledge at Deutsche Aircraft near Munich.

Upon graduation, outstanding trainees will have the opportunity to start their career with Deutsche Aircraft, either in Oberpfaffenhofen or at the final assembly line in Leipzig.

“The launch of this professional training program is part of a long-term growth strategy for Deutsche Aircraft. It also supports our regional strategy as it will help strengthen the connection between our two German sites in Oberpfaffenhofen and Leipzig. During this program, students will learn the ins and outs of being an aircraft mechanic and test their newly acquired knowledge on state-of-the-art aircraft. We look forward to welcoming them and enriching our team with a young spirit,” said Dave Jackson, CEO of Deutsche Aircraft.

“We are excited to help train the next generation of aircraft mechanics equipped with the skills to make our vision of climate-neutral flight a reality. Vocational training opens the door to an exciting career that starts right away. suite after school. In this program, trainees learn everything there is to know about aircraft mechanics, from assembly to maintenance of an aircraft. In addition, we will offer the best graduates the opportunity to grow and progress within our company,” said Nico Neumann, VP Operations and Program.

“Investing in younger generations is investing in the future. We look forward to this cooperation and offer a wide range of training and qualifications beyond apprenticeships within the aviation industry,” said Robert Voit. , founder of AERO-Bildung.

Applications will open in October 2021.