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| A visitor from Netherlands posted Tue November 23, 2010:|
For our canadian friend, there is not problem with wearing keys like that.
Correction on A&P remark below.
Since he seems to work for BA Engineering and working on an EASA registered aircraft he wil NOT be an A&P. This is the FAA system, this guy will be a B1, B2 or B1/2 combined.
| A visitor from Canada posted Tue February 9, 2010:|
Wow I,m surprised he is allowed there with those keys on his belt.Perfect shot.
| A visitor from United States posted Sun October 25, 2009:|
He may have training in mechanical engineering. He must possess his A&P (airframe & powerplant) certificate - this signifies an extremely high degree of technical knowledge and expertise regarding aircraft repair and maintenance. A fine profession!
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat July 25, 2009:|
I recently flew on the plane, it is new. Very smooth flight. A great looking plane, particularly when set against other airlines in JFK, Boston Logan, etc
| A visitor from United States posted Fri July 17, 2009:|
| A visitor from - posted Fri July 17, 2009:|
The man inspecting the engine. What sort of qualifiations\education does one need to have such a job ?
| A visitor from United States posted Thu July 16, 2009:|
Benny(BOSMM-UA) and the Jets !