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What does AME stand for?

AME stands for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Transport Canada)

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Qatar Airways' National Scholarship Programme (QRNSP), in association with Airbus, has conducted a leadership programme for newly-graduated Qatari pilots and aircraft maintenance engineers.
In addition, our engineering and safety department offers courses for aircraft maintenance engineers as well as training in human factors which has now become a mandatory requirement in many industries," he added.
Head of Aerospace Engineering Department at JUST Tariq Darabseh hailed the signing of a memorandum of understanding with Perth University to graduate aircraft maintenance engineers to meet the needs of local and regional markets 2011 Jordan Press & publishing Co.
It changed its name in 1996 to Qatar Aeronautical College, and its programs have expanded to include training not just for airline pilots but also for aircraft maintenance engineers, air traffic controllers, meteorologists, flight dispatchers airport operations managers.
Gulf Air CEO Samer Majali and GAA CEO Tim Shattock signed the agreement under which GAA will provide a wide range of training services to airline personnel including pilots, aircraft maintenance engineers, cabin crew and ground staff.
Maintenance licences As for aircraft maintenance engineers licensing, GCAA issued 42 new licences, renewed 50 licences, completed 222 type additions to licences, issued two replacement licences and six temporary permits, and conducted 67 aircraft maintenance engineer examinations, bringing the number of aircraft maintenance engineers licensing transactions last month to 389.
CFS Aeroproducts Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Atlantic Airlines, which provides expert overhaul and repair facilities to a wide range of aircraft components, approached Henley College to provide a suitable candidate for their trainee aircraft maintenance engineer position, and it was thumbsup for Steve.