Heston MRO, the largest independent MRO in Australasia, expanded significantly its CASA Part 147 Training capability. Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has now granted Heston MRO training approvals for the following:
- Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 (CFM56) or (IAE V2500) or (CFM LEAP-1A) to Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE PW1100G) B1.1
- Boeing B737 MAX (CFM LEAP-1B) B1.1; B1.1/B2, B2
- Boeing 737NG (CFM56) to Boeing 737 MAX (CFM LEAP 1-B) B1.1; B1.1/B2; B2
- Boeing 737NG (CFM 56) B1.1; B1.1/B2; B2
- Boeing B787/-8/-9/-10 (GEnx) to Boeing B787/-8/-9/-10 (RR RB211 Trent 1000) B1.1/B2 differences.
- Boeing B787/-8/-9/-10 (RR RB211 Trent 1000) to Boeing B787/-8/-9/-10 (GEnx) B1.1 differences.
With both theory and practical courses, full type rating and differences training among them, Heston MRO is keeping abreast with current technology and maintaining the already high skill levels and productivity of its Engineers. With these state-of-the-art aircraft type ratings, Heston MRO is enhancing its ability to meet the demands of its airline customers in this post-Covid era of global international air travel.
Heston MRO has invested substantially in its Part 147 training capability as part of Heston’s Total Technical Care philosophy. The CASA Part 147 approval includes capability to deliver theory training via virtual classrooms making this a cost-effective option for interstate and international students and enables remote students to enjoy the same interactive experience as those located in a physical classroom.
Heston MRO will offer the full suite of approved courses on a scheduled and on-demand basis (for group bookings) over the coming months with B787 Trent to GEnx differences and B737MAX differences courses expected to commence as early as July, 2022.