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Edulearn Air services academy established under the leadership of Mr. Muhammad Ibrahim Saghir with a vision to promote Aircraft Maintenance Engineering in Pakistan so that our youth can get major share of jobs in the upcoming shortage of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in the middle East and rest of the world, as reported in a recent forecast report by Boeing Company “As the world commercial fleet expands to more than 39,500 airplanes over the next 20 years, the world’s airlines will need to add 460,000 pilots and 650,000 maintenance technicians and engineers, both to fly and maintain the new airplanes and to replace current personnel who are due to retire during the period.

Airplane manufacturers and the aviation industry must keep pace with technology-including online and mobile computing-in order to match the learning styles of tech-savvy pilots, technicians and engineers.

The growing diversity of pilots, maintenance technicians and engineers in training will require instructors to have cross-cultural and cross-generational skills in addition to digital training tools and up-to-date knowledge of the airplanes.

Training programs will need to be tailored to enable airplane operators to gain the optimum advantage of the innovative features offered on the latest generation of airplanes, such as the 787 Dream liner.”

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