A-Technics and the Children's Technopark MAI «Trajectory of Take-off» signed a cooperation agreement
The provider of maintenance and repair (MRO) of aircraft A-Technics and the Children's Technopark of the Moscow Aviation Institute «Trajectory of Take-off» signed an agreement on long-term cooperation. The partnership is aimed at developing and implementing joint educational programs based on the tasks of aviation industry enterprises, as well as programs to prepare children for studying at MAI in the interests of A-Technics.
As part of the agreement, A-Technics specialists will participate in organizing and conducting thematic lectures and courses at the MAI Children's Technopark. The training will take place on the basis of technological cases and tasks of the MRO provider. In turn, the children of A-Technics employees will have the opportunity to take part in educational programs and events of the technopark.
The children's technopark of MAI «Trajectory of Take-off» is a modern educational platform and project laboratory where schoolchildren get acquainted with high-tech equipment and specialized programs, master advanced technologies, conduct research, work on a specific product, learn to interact in a team and apply the acquired skills to create their own projects. As part of the project, students receive additional education in the most modern and promising areas of the XXI century: IT development, additive technologies, 3D modeling and industrial design, unmanned aircraft systems, robotics and digital manufacturing, VR and AR.
A-Technics is one of the largest providers of aircraft maintenance and repair on the territory of the Russian Federation and the CIS, part of the Aeroflot Group. Performs maintenance of Boeing 737, Boeing 747, Boeing 777, Airbus A350, Airbus A320Family and SSJ 100 aircraft. It is the only organization in Russia with unique competencies in terms of performing periodic maintenance of the latest Airbus A350 aircraft, as well as performing heavy forms of maintenance of Boeing 747 and Boeing 777 aircraft.
A-Technics has three valid certificates of approval from the aviation authorities of the Russian Federation, Europe and Bermuda: FAP 285, EASA Part 145, BCAA OTAR Part-145 Option 2.
The company has hangar complexes at Sheremetyevo and Orenburg airports, as well as linear stations in Belgorod, Voronezh, Nizhny Novgorod, Saratov, Sochi, Stavropol and Krasnoyarsk.