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Route 66

Regional Jet Center (RJC) offers you the opportunity to complete all mandatory EASA Part-66 B1.1 modules under supervision within 14 months. During this program, you will attend school two days a week, combined with three days of work at Hangar 73 at Schiphol-East. By applying your knowledge directly in practice, you can complete all your parts as quickly as possible and apply for your Aircraft Maintenance License (AML).

In addition to a monthly salary, RJC covers your study costs. After successfully completing your training, and gaining sufficient experience, you can work at RJC as a certified CAT A. Still eager to learn? You can also continue your development with us and become a Licensed Aircraft Technician.

  • "At RJC, we believe in offering more than just a job; we provide a platform for growth, support, and opportunities that shape the course of your career."


    Team Manager

  • "Two days of classes, followed by three days of hands-on experience in the workplace: here, I immediately apply what I've learned in the classroom."


    Route 66 Student

  • "I worked under supervision at Schiphol Centrum. I find the bustling activity there amazing, and it's fantastic to see the airplane you've just worked on take off."


    Route 66 Student

Meet your (future) colleagues


Team Manager


Lead Aircraft Maintenance Technician


Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic


Stagiair Aircraft Maintenance


Route 66 student


Route 66 student


Route 66 student


Route 66 student



Your study is paid by RJC

40 days off

27 vacation days + 13 ADV (Additional Days Off) days per year


Salary, Shift allowance, year-end bonus, holiday allowance, and an annual profit-sharing

Stand-by flying

You can fly at a reduced rate on all KLC (KLM Cityhopper) and KLM flights

Get in touch

Boutaina Benouar

Recruiter 06 39 68 02 79