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B1 Licensed Engineer – EMA (EASA & UK CAA) – New Pay Rates March 2024

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*New Pay Rates and Enhanced Pension contributions from March 2024*

AES (Aircraft Engineering Services Ltd) are inviting applications for B1 Licensed Engineers to be based at East Midlands Airport on 2D2N and 4N rotations, working in cooperation with our client Ryanair, Europe’s largest airline. With 600 aircraft for Summer 2024, including the introduction of the Boeing 737-8200 “Gamechanger” and a growing Ryanair UK Fleet of 737-800, Ryanair offer exceptional career opportunities and progression within the industry.


  • UK CAA or EASA Pt 66 Qualified B1 Licensed Engineers with Boeing 737-NG (Essential) and Boeing 737-7/8/9 (Desirable) Type Ratings.

The successful candidate will be a self-motivated individual with existing line maintenance experience, who is able to supervise personnel and demonstrate a flexible working attitude in a fast-changing environment.

Duties – The successful candidate will report to the UK Outstation Manager and be responsible for:

  • Routine servicing and defect rectification of Ryanair’s 737-800 and 737-8200 Fleet.
  • Aircraft on Ground (AOG) recovery.
  • Maintaining a safe and compliant working environment, adhering to all company procedures, policies and regulations.
  • Supervision and mentoring of Aircraft Mechanics and Apprentices.


Qualifications and Experience:

  • Aircraft Line Maintenance experience (Essential).
  • EASA or UK CAA* Part-66 B1 License holder (Essential):
    • Boeing 737-Max Type Endorsement & Recency (Desirable – Type Courses Available).
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written (Essential).
  • Good IT Literacy (Essential), with AMOS Experience (Desirable).

All applicants must have unrestricted right to work and travel in the UK and hold a Full UK Driving Licence.

If you are a B1 Licensed Engineer and feel that you can deliver in this exciting hands-on role with Ryanair, then we want to hear from you!

* UK CAA Licences are accepted; however, the applicant must be able to demonstrate 5 Years Maintenance Experience and have completed, or able to complete EASA Module 9 (Human Factors) & Module 10 (Aviation Legislation).


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