Work at EME Aero
Join one of the most advanced MRO service providers worldwide!
EME Aero is a joint venture between two world leaders in the aviation industry - Lufthansa Technik AG (50%) and MTU Aero Engines (50%). The MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) service center offers maintenance, repair and overhaul of the geared turbofan engines from the PW 1000G series.
Located in Jasionka near Rzeszów (Podkarpackie Province) plant was opened in 2020. EME Aero is one of the largest and most modern service centers for GTF aircraft engines in south-eastern Poland. By 2020, both shareholders have invested a total of around 150 million euros in the project. The estimated capacity of EME Aero is 450 service visits per year. By 2026 the company will employ 1000 people.
Join one of the most modern MRO service centers in the world!
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Your development at EME Aero
The training provider for EME Aero is Lufthansa Technical Training, a leading provider of training programs for the aviation industry. We train in our company and our shareholders' facilities in Germany. We have a modern Training Centre located in Panattoni Park Rzeszów (Jasionka), where our employees are trained under the supervision of Lufthansa Technical Training instructors and EME Aero internal trainers. Opened in September 2018 center was created to enable the development, education and improvement of qualifications and practical competences of EME Aero employees. The facility is provided with specialist equipment and tools, which allows to provide similar conditions as in the service centre for GTF PW series engines. Our employees go through a series of comprehensive theoretical and practical courses to prepare for work. The duration, type of training and its course depends on the type of position taken. Trainings last up to 15 months and include four modules:
- theoretical training (including aviation regulations, engine construction, English language course),
- training in mechanical processing (the scope of training depends on the employee's skills and previous experience),
- practical training (carried out on training engines - disassembly and reassembly of the engine),
- OJT (on the job training) conducted in Germany, at the plants of our shareholders, Lufthansa Technik and MTU Aero Engines.