Location: PHL Mtc Hgr Facility (PHL-HGR1)\u00a0Additional Locations: NoneRequisition ID:\u00a016261\u00a0
American Airlines is seeking candidates for A&P Mechanics to work at the PHL. \u00a0Comprehensive Benefit Package provided and airline privileges at and hourly rate of $22.69 USD plus a $5.00 hrly premium.
Perform inspections, troubleshoot, and repair aircraft and/or engines and all associated systems using, safe, cost effective maintenance procedures.
The terms and conditions of this position are covered by the International Association of Machinists (IAM) Collective Bargaining Agreement.\r
A&P license required
Formal training on 737, 757, A320 aircraft
At least 1 year heavy commercial jet transport aircraft experience or previous performance of the duties set forth on the job qualification checklist
Ability to trouble-shoot and repair aircraft systems
Must be current per FARs
Must have own tools
FAA drug test is required
Valid driver\u2019s license
\rAdditional Locations: NoneRequisition ID:\u00a016261\u00a0
Website : http://www.aa.com
At the company's annual meeting in May 1982, stockholders approved a plan of reorganization under which a new holding company, AMR Corporation, was formed and became the parent company of American Airlines. The reorganization took effect on Oct. 1, 1982. The formation of AMR had no effect on day-to-day operations of American, but it did – and still does – provide the company with access to sources of financing that otherwise might not be available. The holding company structure also allows the company to take advantage of appropriate new opportunities. The name "AMR" was taken from the airline's three-letter New York Stock Exchange trading symbol. It simply stands for "American."