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EASA MTO

Thanks to the alliance with HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approved organization, IXO Aviation offers key aviation competence in the field of training and engineering. IXO Aviation proposes maintenance trainings in association with HOP! TRAINING Center, a renowned regional aircraft expert and trusted partner of AIR FRANCE Group.

Maintenance courses are provided in accordance with EASA regulations under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval and taught by experimented Maintenance instructors at suitable customer facilities.

ATR 42-500 and ATR 72-500
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 164H00
Theoretical training: 108H00
Practical training: 48H00
Theoretical examination: 3H00
Practical assessment: 5H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
4 weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 136H00
Theoretical training: 90H00
Practical training: 41H00
Theoretical examination: 3H00
Practical assessment: 2H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
4 weeks

ATR 42-300 and ATR 72-200
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 163H00
Theoretical training: 107H00
Practical training: 48H00
Theoretical examination: 3H00
Practical assessment: 5H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
5 weeks

CRJ 100/200
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard.It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 165H00
Theoretical training: 96H00
Practical training: 60H00
Theoretical examination: 3H00
Practical assessment: 6H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
5 weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 155H00
Theoretical training: 95H00
Practical training: 50H00
Theoretical examination: 3H00
Practical assessment: 7H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
5 weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 201H00
Theoretical training: 122H00
Practical training: 67H00
Theoretical examination: 4H00
Practical assessment: 8H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
6 weeks

CRJ 700/900/1000
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 199H00
Theoretical training: 122H00
Practical training: 65H00
Theoretical examination: 4H00
Practical assessment: 8H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
6 weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 179H00
Theoretical training: 105H00
Practical training: 62H00
Theoretical examination: 3H00
Practical assessment: 9H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
6 weeks
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This is a mechanics/electrics course according to Part-66 appendix III, type training and examination standard. It describes all the airframe and power plant systems, sub-systems and components in details. This includes the operational and functional tests of all systems as well. Furthermore, the operational documentation is used to ensure that the trainee is able to correctly diagnose failures and take the necessary corrective action.

REFERENCES
EASA approved under HOP!-TRAINING PART 147 approval

SYLLABUS
This course includes theoretical and practical trainings. Each part can be carried out separately.
Training time: 232H00
Theoretical training: 138H00
Practical training: 82H00
Theoretical examination: 4H00
Practical assessment: 8H00
A theoretical examination will cover all subjects of the theoretical knowledge syllabus with a minimum pass mark of 75%. Practical training ends by a specific practical assessment.

COURSE DURATION
7 weeks

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