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FlightPath International achieves Transport Canada B737NG type course approval

Posted 9 June 2014 · Add Comment

FlightPath International Ltd. has announced that it has achieved Transport Canada Boeing B737NG type course approval.

The B737-600/700/800/900 (CFM56-7) type course, is taught by FlightPath International's experienced B737NG Instructors and offers 24 days in-class theory and one day on aircraft practical.

It will provide the engineer with the technical knowledge to service and maintain the aircraft, avionics and engine in a safe and efficient manner.

The course includes system description and operation, unique maintenance practices, test procedures and noteworthy adjustments along with component location.
 

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