Aircraft Mechanic at ARTS

For experts with a high level of technical skills and precision -

The occupation of aircraft mechanics is as old as aviation itself. They are engaged in an enormous variety of projects at all ARTS locations, covering both civil and military aviation. All job vacancies for aircraft mechanics can be found in our job portal.

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Depending on their professional training and existing expertise, ARTS aircraft mechanics are responsible for the assembly of structural assemblies and components as well as for the production of riveted joints on the aircraft fuselage. This also includes work on fuel, pneumatic and hydraulic systems as well as the maintenance, servicing and repair of, for example, hydraulic, water and waste disposal systems. Furthermore, our aircraft mechanics carry out assembly work in aircraft cabins. In the area of engine technology, our colleagues take over the maintenance and repair of engines on a wide variety of aircraft.

Whether CAT A or CAT B, it is essential to constantly verify the operability of parts and components in order to guarantee that the given quality standards are met. At ARTS, aircraft mechanics perform these duties as validators, also known as certified staff.


In the greater Hamburg and Bremen areas, our colleagues support two global players in the industry, Airbus Operations and Airbus Defence and Space. They are directly involved in the production of the Airbus A320, Airbus A350, Airbus A380 and also the Airbus A400M.

In Bavaria, our aircraft mechanics support Airbus Helicopters in the complete helicopter series in Donauwörth and in Manching they play a major role in the production and maintenance of the Eurofighters and other military aircraft for Airbus Defence and Space.

Our aircraft mechanics at the Dresden site work for companies such as Elbe Flugzeugwerke. The main focus here is on converting passenger aircraft into freighters. In addition, ARTS technicians in Dresden take on aircraft maintenance tasks, e.g. for the Airbus A380, as part of the ARTS Structural Repair Crew.


You should bring this with you:

  • Completed training as an aircraft mechanic in the corresponding field
  • Alternatively, a degree in a metalworking profession with job-relevant experience
  • First practical experience in the aviation industry
  • Good knowledge of German or English
  • Shift work

possible specializations:
manufacturing engineering, maintenance, repair and
overhaul and also engine technology.


of all ARTS employees worldwide are currently working as aircraft mechanics.


our aircraft mechanics come from 6 countries.

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