Part-147 | ALL4JETS – We are all for you, not only for jets

Maintenance training

ALL4JETS Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO) is approved by the Polish Civil Aviation Authority for compliance with the requirements of EASA Part-147 – aircraft type training.

Under the current approval, we provide training (theoretical and practical) for the following types of aircraft:

Training Calendar

The indicated training dates will be implemented provided that a group of at least 8 people is formed.

The learning courses are delivered stationary in a classroom or remotely, depending on the preferences of individuals and groups. Online sessions are provided in the form of Distance Learning Synchronous (DLS), i.e. are based on live interaction between students and an instructor, with the support of IT software system.

In the case of individual applications, an initial fee is charged, which guarantees the reservation of a place in a training and is included in the full price of the course. The price of a given course is included in its description. If the minimum number of training participants is not met, the initial fee is refunded in full. 

Distance learning courses are run online and their participants are individuals or people enrolled for the courses by organizations, who log into the IT software system using their own devices from any place around the globe. Students can also be gathered in the same classroom and use one computer and a projector by example.

As part of remote courses, participants, after purchasing access to the course, log in to the IT system on their own devices from anywhere in the world. Students can also gather in one room and use one computer and, for example, a projector. 

Apart from online DLS courses, we also offer online distance examination under our Part-147 approval. It means, that exams may be taken outside our headquarters, on-site in a place indicated by a client, under the supervision of ALL4JETS authorized representative. However, such a solution is only possible in the case of exams organized for a group provided by one organization/client. 

Training is started after a group of at least 8 students has gathered. 

Classes normally start at 8.00 a.m. European time and last 6 hours. It is also possible to set other hours, according to the group’s preferences, after reporting such need.

Practical training is organized for a group of 8 people, similarly to theoretical training. The training date depends on the availability of the aircraft. The practice is usually organized at the request of an organization that has access to the aircraft. If ALL4JETS is able to guarantee the aircraft, practical training can take place in Warsaw, Katowice or elsewhere in Europe. The price of practical part per personl is calculated basing on the price of access to the plane and the number of students in a group. Practical classes usually start in the afternoon and last 6 hours.


We also provide initial and refresher training courses for aircraft mechanics, technicians, other maintenance and CAMO personnel – in the current offer we have the following training available:

These training courses are available in the refresher (recurrent) version:

Selected courses are available through our Internet platform (see e-learning tab).

On customer request, we develop dedicated training courses (also on e-learning platform), complying with the requirements and needs of the particular organisation.

Other training

issued in accordance with Part-CC, pursuant to the Polish CAA Decision ULC-LOL-5/0773-0126/07/15

Initial and Recurrent Training

Initial and Recurrent Training

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Our training programs are consistent with international aviation regulations (PART-FCL, PART-CC, PART-ORA) and the EASA requirements.

The scope of the courses may be standard or tailored to Customer’s needs. Following our Customers’ expectations, theoretical parts of most training courses are also offered as distance or on-line learning. 

ALL4JETS co-operates with a large group of well-known and experienced aviation professionals, such as TR/ SF instructors, safety and evacuation procedures instructors, CRM instructors who are also active pilots, flight attendants, engineers, aviation security specialists as well as with other personnel of widely understood aviation specialization.

Classes may be conducted in Polish, English and Russian.  

We offer our assistance in the process of national pilot’s license conversion to ATPL(A) license in accordance with ICAO standards and PART-FCL regulations. Any questions can be sent to: 

ALL4JETS has been registered in the Registry of Training Organizations held by the Voivodship Labor Office in Warsaw under No. 2.14/00048/2016 The training courses placed in the Registry can be financed from public resources. The useful information can be found at: 

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