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Borescope training for engineers adds to EgyptAir success

Posted 3 February 2013 · Add Comment

EgyptAir training center has been focusing on a series of new training courses for maintenance engineers with Arab carriers on using engine borescope and testing.

Engineers from airlines such as Oman Air, Jordan Aviation and Royal Jordanian, attended the Cairo training centre which was carried out inside the most newly updated advanced engine workshop which is equipped with the modern testing and repair tools.
“This course was designed to help solve the increase of engine malfunctions during flight and focus on engine monitoring and health to minimise in-flight shutdowns which help to keep the company’s image high and sustain customer loyalty,” a spokesperson for EgyptAir said.
 

 

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