Aviation Engineering is a diversified branch which combines different fields such as science, art and law. Indeed, aviation engineers deal with airspace development, airport design, aircraft navigation technologies, aerodrome planning. But also involves creation of public policy, regulations, aviation laws pertaining to airspace, airlines, airports, aerodromes and the conduct of air services agreements via treaty. Contrary to aerospace engineers, who are responsible for designing and building the structure of various aircrafts; the aviation engineer focuses on the electronic systems used within, the way it communicates with basecamp, monitors fuel systems and reports on altitudes, temperatures and pressures.
An internship in aerospace engineering requires a person who is passionate about aviation, has knowledge in the aviation field, strong analytical skills and self-motivation.
If you decide to undertake an aerospace engineering internship, these are the challenging tasks you can expect:
- Carrying out Technical Information Reviews
- Aviation systems engineering work
- Conducting investigations and analysis on the Avionics and Electrical Systems
- Developing design reviews and non-Design changes
- Contributing to the development of Engineering Change Proposals and Modifications
- Contributing to the resolution of issues of Ground Equipment and Ground Components
- Supporting & testing equipment
- Gathering and documenting customer and regulatory requirements
- Supporting successful conception, development, and sophisticated avionics systems
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