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Boeing completes first 787 maintenance course

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 7, 2010
ANA engineers have been trained on the 787. (Boeing)
ANA engineers have been trained on the 787. (Boeing)

A group of 10 maintenance engineers from All Nippon Airlines as well as two regulators from the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau have completed the first maintenance training course for the Boeing 787.

The engineers spent over a month learning how to maintain the 787, including 20 days of theoretical training, two days of engine runs and taxi testing, five days of practical training and five days of troubleshooting exercises.

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Boeing completes first 787 maintenance course

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 7, 2010
ANA engineers have been trained on the 787. (Boeing)
ANA engineers have been trained on the 787. (Boeing)

A group of 10 maintenance engineers from All Nippon Airlines as well as two regulators from the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau have completed the first maintenance training course for the Boeing 787.

The engineers spent over a month learning how to maintain the 787, including 20 days of theoretical training, two days of engine runs and taxi testing, five days of practical training and five days of troubleshooting exercises.

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