Air France Industries groups together the service and maintenance activities for planes from the Air France Group and from 150 customer companies worldwide. It offers multi-product maintenance (Aircraft, Engine and Equipment Maintenance) mainly for Airbus and Boeing fleets, but also for regional fleets (Embraer, ATR, …), representing a total of over 1,300 planes which are looked after.
When it was founded in 1933, Air France decided to maintain its aircraft itself, and the AFI KLM E&M trademark is today ranked second worldwide among the multi-product maintenance players, thanks to its expertise AFI KLM E&M ranked second in the world among multi-product maintenance players.
Aviation Maintenance includes all the professions whose purpose is to guarantee the fleet's airworthiness and ensure flight safety. These professions are conducted on 5 major industrial sites (Roissy, Orly, Le Bourget, Villeneuve le Roi and Toulouse) and their mission is:
The know-how, attention to detail and expertise of our employees is expressed across a wide variety of professions, accessible to both women and men, including:
Aviation Mechanic and Technician, Industrial and Ground Systems Mechanic and Technician, Advanced Aviation Technician, Advanced Production Aviation Technician, Training Supervisor (AMDE), Aviation Engineer and Manager, etc.