The Falcon 6X, an innovative addition to the Falcon family known for its spacious cabin, is now in service, and ExecuJet MRO Services Australia (ExecuJet) stands ready to provide comprehensive support. ExecuJet’s engineers have successfully completed maintenance training accredited by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
This rigorous training programme spans six weeks, encompassing four weeks of theoretical instruction and two weeks of hands-on practical training on the 6X assembly line. This training equips engineers to offer top-notch line maintenance services for 6X aircraft in Australia and the Pacific region.
Jason Jia, a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer at ExecuJet, travelled from Australia to Bordeaux, France, where he completed the EASA-certified training course. The theoretical component took place at CAE, an international aviation training organisation in Bordeaux, while the practical training occurred at the Dassault Training Academy, also in Bordeaux. Notably, the Dassault Training Academy operates as an EASA Part 147 training organisation.
The training comprehensively covered all systems of the Falcon 6X, including engines, avionics, the digital flight control system, fuel system, hydraulics, landing gear, lighting, water and waste systems, structures, CNS (communication, navigation, surveillance), electrical systems, cabin furnishing and connectivity, oxygen systems and the auxiliary power unit.
Jia commented, “It’s clear that Dassault took the opportunity to include the most modern systems for maintainability and troubleshooting through the FalconScan diagnostic system. It provides maintenance engineers an integrated and in-depth tool to isolate faults and test the system.”