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CRJ900 to CRJ1000 B1 and B2 Differences

Electrical, Avionic, Airframe & Powerplant Systems – ATA Spec 104, Level 3

1 Day

Target Group
Part-66 Category B1, B2 and B1/B2 Engineers or other Maintenance staff

English.  Student must have the ability to read, write and communicate at a functional level in the English language

Course Location
FlightPath International Training Centre in Toronto, Canada or at customer site

CRJ900 Type Training

This differences course provides theoretical ATA Spec 104, Level 3 knowledge for all differences on the CRJ1000. The course includes system description and operation, any unique maintenance practices, test procedures and noteworthy adjustments along with component location required by Part-66 certifying staff

An examination in closed book multiple choice format, with a passing grade of 75%, will be conducted at the end of the course.  Students will receive a FPI Theoretical Certificate upon successful completion of the course 

For further information about this course, please contact:
Tel: +1 705 434-0058    FAX: +1 705 434-0063

This course is EASA approved & listed in FlightPath International’s MTOE, however an EASA Part-147 Theoretical Certificate of Recognition cannot be issued.  The Part 66 Engineer already holds CRJ1000 certifying authority under EASA even if the CRJ1000 was not part of the Engineer’s original training program.

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