So I have some pretty exciting news, last week I interviewed for a internship position with a charter airline, Miami Air International. I am pleased to say that I have been offered, and accepted, the position! My position would be Records Intern under the maintenance division, meaning I’ll assist in any paperwork or records for one of our 5 Boeing 737-800’s! I am also excited to announce that with this position means I get to be trained about the 737-NG under the GIM/FAM course, meaning I’ll study all the maintenance components of the 737NG and get a lot of time in a 737 simulator! Prior to the internship, I had the opportunity to take a tour of the MAI hangar!
Unfortunately there were no plane in the hangar, the last one who was 759MA I believe, left the night before my interview to work alongside Vacation Express on its MCI-PUJ route. Although what does make up for it is the fantastic views of the runways and the other MRO’s around (I’ve attached some of the pics from my tour)!
The Lineup at the MRO next door! Featuring an ex Centurion DC-10, Swift 734, Polar Air 744F, and a lot more!
Also another cool sight was the engines from 732MA , the a/c that had the runway excursion at Navy JAX, were still in the hangar from its last phase check awaiting the insurance companies orders!
I hope to share my experience from a different POV of the airline industry with the community!
Also I apologize for the long written essay, just too much excitement and so much to tell!!!