Where aircraft
handling begins…

Brok-air is one of the leading companies of the Spanish aeronautical industry, founded in 2008. We are an EASA, TCCA, ANAC approved company, specialized in line maintenance services, continuing airworthiness management, and maintenance training organisation. Primarily focused on the quality of services , reliability and availability since our creation, we have increased progressively our array of services over the years to meet an ever changing industry and, above all, to meet our clients demands with the highest level of commitment and responsibility. Our mission is to keep high quality standards in all our services and become a benchmark in each of them in Spanish and European markets.

SERVICES

Commited to highest standards of services everyday

Technics service - Brok-air Aviation Group

TECHNICS

Brok-air Technics supports all scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance tasks, both routine and non-routine, ensuring the highest technical dispatch reliability and standards. Operating 24-hour comprehensive support for both commercial and non-commercial aircraft operators, our engineers provide fully customized services in line maintenance and AOG support.

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CAMO service - Brok-air Aviation Group

CAMO

Brok-air CAMO is dedicated to line maintenance and performs more than 80,000 reviews per year on the industry’s key aircraft families, providing a wide portfolio of services to the world’s major airlines. We are delivering high quality services to our customers, which include IAG Group, EasyJet, Travel Services, Enter Air, Air Europa, SAS, Novair among others.

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Training service - Brok-air Aviation Group

TYPE TRAINING

Brok-air Training Malta Ltd. is a certified EASA Part-147 approved on most common aircrafts. All courses are conducted by highly qualified instructors with more than ten years of worldwide experience in the aeronautical industry. Training takes place in our approved facilities in Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Malta or in-house at our clients´.

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Training service - Brok-air Aviation Group

BASIC TRAINING

Brok-air Aviation Academy (CETAC) is a Basic Training center located in the Canary Islands with more than 23 years experience educating Aviation Maintenance Technicians (AMT), homologated with Part 147 (EASA) that provides specialized aeronautical education in categories B1.1 (Aeroplanes Turbine), B1.2 (Aeroplanes Piston) and B2 (Avionics), as EASA Part 66.

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FBO service - Brok-air Aviation Group

FBO

Brok-air is the leading company in provision of Fixed-Base Operator (FBO) services on Canary Islands, with several years of experience in this area, that guarantees highest quality standard and focused on executive private aviation handling services. Besides, we provide our services to state and cargo flights along with medevac and military aircrafts.

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LOCATIONS

Expanding excellence worldwide

Headquartered in Tenerife South Airport, at Brok-air we have developed a continuous and expansive plan at all levels to currently serve an average of fifteen airports in Spain, Lourdes Tarbes in Southern France and other international stations will follow soon.

A partner to confide your aviation
training and technical requirements

TYPE TRAINING

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All our Type Courses are tutored by highly qualified instructors with more than 10 years of worldwide experience in the aeronautical industry. Among our Type Training offer you can find the following aircrafts families: A320 (B1.1 & C), B737 CL (B1.1) and B737 NG (B1.1).

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If you are interested in our Type Training services, check out our blog for the latest news

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10 Facts That You Have to Know About EASA Technical Type Training

We have been covering all the journey of becoming an expert Aircraft Maintenance Technician. Today, we will pin point 10 facts about EASA or European Aviation Safety Agency Technical Training you need to keep in mind when you are about to pursue a Type course.1. Who can enrol in a Type Training course?Anyone holding an aircraft maintenance licence (AML) or aeronautical engineering degree or equivalent and involved in the development of aircraft mainten ... Leggi tutto

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10 Tips For Maintenance Technician to Choose a Good Type Aircraft Training Centre in Europe

In this article, we will cover tips that will help you choosing an aircraft training center in Europe, but we will also prompt you with some personal questions that you have to make to yourself to really get started with the right foot. So be ready for a little reflection time during the reading of the article and we hope that these tips will be useful for you.1. What are your expectations for the future as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT)?It ... Leggi tutto

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Aircraft MRO career outlook: education, duties, salary and job offers

Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) or simply Aircraft maintenance is a complex task involving work on structures, interiors, systems, and avionics. The elements that make up the aircraft are assembled and disassembled, following a revision procedure that follows national and international regulations taking as a fundamental variable the number of flight hours.The aircraft maintenance technician career is definitely for people who like mechanics, but above all, for thos ... Leggi tutto

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What is the difference between EASA part 66 and part 147

If you are all in about becoming an Aircraft Maintenance Technician, then you are already quite used to understanding regulations. You are diving into a highly regulated sector, and that is why it is essential that you are aware and able to properly identify which standards govern this profession.In this article we will cover two of the most famous standards of European Aviation Safety Agency or EASA related to the profession of aircraft maintenance technician: EASA Part 66 and EAS ... Leggi tutto


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If you are interested in our Type Training services, check out our blog for the latest news

10-Facts-That-You-Have-to-Know-About-EASA-Technical-Type-Training

10 Facts That You Have to Know About EASA Technical Type Training

We have been covering all the journey of becoming an expert Aircraft Maintenance Technician. Today, we will pin point 10 facts about EASA or European Aviation Safety Agency Technical Training you need to keep in mind when you are about to pursue a Type course.1. Who can enrol in a Type Training course?Anyone holding an aircraft maintenance licence (AML) or aeronautical engineering degree or equivalent and involved in the development of aircraft mainten ... Leggi tutto

10-Tips-For-Maintenance-Technician-to-Choose-a-Good-Type-Aircraft-Training-Centre-in-Europe

10 Tips For Maintenance Technician to Choose a Good Type Aircraft Training Centre in Europe

In this article, we will cover tips that will help you choosing an aircraft training center in Europe, but we will also prompt you with some personal questions that you have to make to yourself to really get started with the right foot. So be ready for a little reflection time during the reading of the article and we hope that these tips will be useful for you.1. What are your expectations for the future as an Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT)?It ... Leggi tutto

Aircraft-MRO-career-outlook--education,-duties,-salary-and-job-offers

Aircraft MRO career outlook: education, duties, salary and job offers

Aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) or simply Aircraft maintenance is a complex task involving work on structures, interiors, systems, and avionics. The elements that make up the aircraft are assembled and disassembled, following a revision procedure that follows national and international regulations taking as a fundamental variable the number of flight hours.The aircraft maintenance technician career is definitely for people who like mechanics, but above all, for thos ... Leggi tutto

What-is-the-difference-between-EASA-Part-66-and-Part-147

What is the difference between EASA part 66 and part 147

If you are all in about becoming an Aircraft Maintenance Technician, then you are already quite used to understanding regulations. You are diving into a highly regulated sector, and that is why it is essential that you are aware and able to properly identify which standards govern this profession.In this article we will cover two of the most famous standards of European Aviation Safety Agency or EASA related to the profession of aircraft maintenance technician: EASA Part 66 and EAS ... Leggi tutto