The Burlington Technical Center, School of Aviation, located in Burlington Vermont, conducts an Airframe and Powerplant mechanic training program at our facility at the Burlington International Airport.
The Airframe and Powerplant Courses are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The Airframe and Powerplant programs cover 750 hours of instruction and training each. This program covers all areas of aircraft structures to include advance composites and sheet-metal for all airplanes, jets, helicopters, gliders, dirigibles, balloons and even the hybrid aircraft such as the Bell /Boeing tilt rotor. Also included in this training is hydraulics, pneumatics, electrical, anti skid brakes, pitot /static systems, auto pilot systems, avionics, welding, cabin atmosphere control and air conditioning to name just a few. The Airframe course begins on January 6, 2014 and ends on June 19, 2014
Our Powerplant program, like our Airframe program is also FAA approved and is also 750 Hours of training. In this portion of the curriculum the students will be trained to inspect, overhaul and maintain every type of aircraft engine ever manufactured for aircraft used since the Wright Flyer to current day applications in all aircraft. This also includes rocket engines both solid and liquid fuel. It also covers every type of propeller ever used on an aircraft. The Powerplant course begins on July 7, 2014 and ends on December 18, 2014
This training will lead to FAA Federal Certification as an Airframe, Powerplant or Airframe and Powerplant Technician.
Contact: Pasquale DiLego
Burlington Technical Center
52 Institute Road
Burlington, Vermont 05408
Phone (802) 864-8436
Last modified: May 22, 2017