Vocational School

Aircraft Technologies


  • Eliminating the shortage of civilian air transport technicians who are trained in the field of Aircraft Technology, on the grounds that the capacity of civilian air transport will increase in the future and meet the need of this sector.
  • In order to meet the need of technical personnel of the rapidly developing aviation sector in our country and the world by making agreements with aviation institutions to produce the appropriate components to meet the needs of the firms engaged in manufacturing in aviation industry as well as maintenance-repair companies


Students are given theoretical and practical trainings in the fields such as Aircraft Equipment and Equipment, Basic Aerodynamics, Electronic Instrument Systems and Digital Techniques, Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Applications I-II (module courses)

Graduates who wish to continue their undergraduate education can pass to related undergraduate programs if they are successful in the Vertical Transfer Exam by ÖSYM. DGS with Electrical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Pilotage, Aircraft Electrical-Electronics, Aircraft Transition to Aeronautical Engineering departments.


By the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (SHGM); MALTEPE UNIVERSITY Aircraft Technology Program, which has SHY-147 Recognized School status in A1 (Turbine Aircraft), A2 (Piston Aircraft), A3 (Turbine Helicopter) and A4 (Piston Helicopter) categories, in A category (A modules; 1-2-3- 5-6-8-9-10 and B module 4)) the crediting rights it has, as a result of intensive studies, B1-B2-B3 CATEGORY (Modules; 1-2-3-5-6-8-9-10) CREDITING rights has also added.

Our students who have been and will be studying at our university since 2019-2020 academic year have exemption rights in the A and B CATEGORY from the module exams given in the table below.


The Aircraft Technology Program is authorized by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation as the Recognized School in the categories of A1 Turbine Airplanes, A2 Piston Airplanes, A3 Turbine Helicopters and A4 Piston Helicopters within the scope of SHY-147. T. C. Maltepe University has become the First University to receive the Recognized School Authority with the authorization certificate issued on April 25, 2018.


The Head of Department

Lect. Esra ÇELENK

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