Aristotle once said “In regard to excellence, it is not enough to know, but we must try to have and use it”. For me, a career position in the field that I long to, is the key that will help me unbolt the lock of the gate that leads towards success.
I studied in the field of Aircraft Maintenance in the Department of Aircraft Technology, at the Technological Institute of Chalkis, in Greece.
I wanted to have the opportunity to become part of the fascinating world of civil aviation. Thus, I took training courses in a Part-147 organisation of the Hellenic Aerospace Industry and acquired the certification of the B1.1 subcategory.
Working and studying has given me the opportunity to become responsible, fully capable of working under pressure, meeting deadlines and enjoying a fast-paced environment.
April 2012 - October 2012
officially in logbook, line and base maintenance.
Aircraft types: Embraer ERJ 135/ Embraer ERJ 145.
July 2008 - September 2008
Experience Acquired: Hellenic Aerospace Industry (HAI) 10 months in the field of maintenance as an aircraft mechanic
(July 7th 2008- September 26th 2008)
Aircraft types: F4 Phantom AUP/ Canadair CL 215/415.
July 2008 - July 2008
14 hours in duration and recurrence of the course completed on the same subject
(June 11th 2012-June 11th 2012) 7 hours in duration.
Aircraft Maintenance Technician
Hellenic Aerospace Industry
Hellenic Aerospace Industry (HAI) 10 months in the field of maintenance as an aircraft mechanic
Aircraft types: F4 Phantom AUP/ Canadair CL 215/415, Embraer ERJ 135/ Embraer ERJ 145
Design and construction in vacuum array for configuration of Composite materials with Vacuum Bagging
Manafacture of carbon panel via Vacuum Bagging method with the capability of further processing for aircraft parts.
Qualifications & Certifications
Bachelor of Engineers of Aircraft Technology
Technological Institute of Chalkis
EASA CERTIFICATION B1.1