Aircraft Electrics/Avionics Course at Flying Mission School (FM-AMETS)

Aircraft Electrics/Avionics Course at Flying Mission School (FM-AMETS)

What is Aircraft Electrics/Avionics Course ?

This course entitles you to get the License to be an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and enables you to work for Aircraft Maintenance Organizations. Our course is approved from the Egyptian Civil Aviation.

Aircraft Electrics/Avionics Course at Flying Mission School (FM-AMETS)

Tech in avionics is also a four-year course. Students are provided with an in-depth knowledge of electrical and electronic systems. During this course, various subjects of the avionics field are taught to the students, and the entire syllabus is divided into eight semesters.

Frequently Asked Question

What does aircraft avionics do?

Avionics (a blend of aviation and electronics) are the electronic systems used on aircraft. Avionic systems include communications, navigation, the display and management of multiple systems, and the hundreds of systems that are fitted to aircraft to perform individual functions.

How many years is avionics?


The Applied Bachelor in Avionics Engineering is a four-year program based on the vocational curriculum for higher education awards.

Is avionics and aeronautical the same?

Aerospace is a field which provides knowledge and skills for design and development of aircraft,Spacecrafts,missiles. It contains two divisions. one is Aeronautical Engineering and astronautical engineering. Avionics deals with the hardware part or the electronics part of spacecraft or aircrafts.

What are examples of avionics in aircraft?

A literal blend of the terms “aviation” and “electronics,” the avionics installed in an aircraft or spacecraft can include engine controls, flight control systems, navigation, communications, flight recorders, lighting systems, threat detection, fuel systems, electro-optic (EO/IR) systems, weather radar, performance ..

Is avionics part of electrical engineering?

Electrical, electronics and avionics engineers design, construct, install, maintain and test electronic and electrical systems including communications, navigation and control. Avionics is the application of electrical and electronic systems to aircraft and spacecraft.

Is avionics in demand?

Job Outlook

Overall employment of aircraft and avionics equipment mechanics and technicians is projected to grow 6 percent from 2021 to 2031, about as fast as the average for all occupations.

How do I choose avionics?

How to Choose the Best Avionics System

  1. Step 1: Inventory. The first step in identifying any new equipment upgrade, especially the best avionics system, is to take close inventory of your current capabilities and specific needs.
  2. Step 2: Interview Avionics Shops. Step
  3. Make it So.

How do I get into avionics?

Avionics technicians usually attend an aviation maintenance technician school certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). You can also earn a diploma, two-year or four-year degree in a relevant field such as aviation maintenance management, avionics or aviation technology. Obtain FAA certification.

Can electrical engineers work at airlines?

Electrical engineers work in companies in the aviation and space industries, at airlines, flying schools or in the Army.

Can electrical engineer become a pilot?

Yes EEE Student can become a loco pilot.