University of Turkish Aeronautical Association was established in order to educate the qualified labor force needed in aviation sector in accordance with the aim that Atatürk showed in his motto: “the future is in the skies.” Our university is the first and only specialization university in the field of aeronautics and space.
In line with this goal, we educate qualified labor force needed in national projects which were carried out by our country’s defense industry, and in every aspect of rising civil air transport by academic and practical trainings. Practical training is provided in our newly created workshops and laboratories.
The most distinguishing feature that differentiates University of Turkish Aeronautical Association Ankara Aeronautical Vocational School from the Aircraft Technology programs of other universities is that it provides our students the right for “exemption from 8 modules in B1 and B2 categories”.
Provided that students entering Ankara Aeronautical Vocational School Aircraft Technology program in 2017-2018 academic year and later graduate from the school successfully, they will have a right for exemption from Module 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 9 in B1 and B2 categories as part of SHY 66 (Aircraft Approving Personnel Regulation).
Category B license covers all authorizations of the Category A license and authorizes the person for all maintenance that is not authorized by the category A license. For this reason, civil aviation companies in particular prefer to work with technicians with Category B licenses as maintenance technicians. Category B offers a broad range of business opportunities in the aviation sector as well as more authority in the business environment to have a technician license.
The next aim of University of Turkish Aeronautical University Ankara Aeronautical Vocational School Aircraft Technology Department is to get our students to have the right for exemption from all modules by taking the “Recognized School Status under SHY 66”.