there are very few special tools used for Airliner servicing. each mechanics tool box should contain wrenches from 1/4" thru 1",sockets from 1/4 thru 1" deep amd shallow, pliers, Dikes, Safety wire pliers, feeler gauges, a number if screw drivers both Straight and Phillips, I also have Mac angle 15-60 wrenches, Universal sockets (snap on) 1/4 ,3/8 and 1/2" socket and ratchets 1"-21/2" Bonny wrenches. Torque wrenches, Mirrors Fingers flashlights, and a number of other specialty tools I've made over the last 43 Years Sears has a very nice list of Aircraft mechanic tool list as does Snap On, Mac, or Matco .Buy Good Tools right of the bat and you won't buy them but Once. Buy cheap tools and you'll Never finish buying tools The Craftsman tools by sears are OK
to start with but the Matte finish tools lose chrome plating over time. the Pro series tools though a little more expensive will last a lifetime. Sears Universal sockets and Mac universal sockets will break over time, I own Snap on and I've never had one break, EVER.