Vista Global

Line Maintenance Engineer

Requisition ID
Farnborough Cody Business Park
Position Type
Permanent Full-Time
Work Base
Onsite / Office
Maintenance Part 145
Vista Aircraft Maintenance

Job Profile

VistaJet is the world’s first and only global aviation company. With over 80 Challenger and Global jets, VistaJet offers its Members access to the largest privately owned Bombardier fleet in the world.


Due to expansion, we currently have vacancies for EASA Licenced Engineers to join our Line/MRT team. We are looking for people who are flexible in there hours worked, willing to deploy at short notice on overseas trips, but most importantly of all, team players. We work in a fast paced, ever changing environment, operate at Airports around the UK and on MRT (Maintenance Recovery Team) to recover Aircraft within our fleets all around Europe & ROW.

Your Responsibilities

  • Ensuring compliance with Part 145 Safety and Maintenance procedures at all times, challenging any unsafe acts and pursue improvements in safety culture and behaviour;
  • Always presenting a professional and respectful attitude to both VistaJet employees and customers;
  • Carrying out Aircraft Maintenance i.a.w. approved and up to date maintenance instructions in a safe and professional manner;
  • Collaborating closely with Part 145 management team to ensure maintenance expectations are managed, understood and delivered across all boundaries;
  • Liaising with VistaJet MOC and other internal and external stakeholders as required to ensure all support solutions are effectively explored and delivered;
  • Working closely with the Part 145 management team to assist in the development and implementation of company maintenance strategy.


Required Skills, Qualifications, and Experience

  • An experienced line orientated Aircraft Engineer;
  • Holds a minimum of a. EASA B1 license, but preferably holding a. EASA B1 & B2 license;
  • Approvals and recency on Bombardier Global or Challenger 850 / 605 / 350.


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