Aerospace Engineer Career

What is Aerospace Engineer Career


An Aerospace Engineer is crucial in the research, design, development, performance testing and launching of commercial and military airplanes, weapon systems, space vehicles and satellites. Aerospace engineers improve flight safety & fuel efficiency, develop control systems, analyze new materials and use advanced technologies to meet customer needs and reduce the environmental impact of air commute.

Career Opportunities in Aerospace Engineering

Maintenance of Aircraft or Missiles

Aircraft Designer

Aviation Engineers

Satellite and Space research

Defense

Important Facts

Most college have eligibility criteria of minimum 50% aggregate marks in Class XII / and some of minimum 60%.

Must have passed class 12th or senior secondary examination with at least 50% marks including English.

Some colleges/ universities also have an age limit.

Aerospace Engineering is divided into two parts Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering

Work Description

Plan or conduct experimental, environmental, operational, or stress tests on models or prototypes of aircrafts or aerospace systems or equipments

Plan or coordinate activities concerned with investigating into and resolving customers' reports of technical problems with aircraft or aerospace vehicles

Coordinate activities of engineering or technical personnel involved in designing, modifying, or testing of aerospace products

Evaluate product data or design for conformance to engineering principles, customer requirements, environmental regulations, or quality standards

Develop design criteria for aeronautical or aerospace products, including testing methods, production costs, quality standards, environmental standards, or completion dates

Participate in aerospace research and development programmes

Review aerospace engineering designs to determine how to reduce negative environmental impacts

Pros & Cons of a Career in Aerospace Engineering

Pros

Job satisfaction is high

Work not limited to only space crafts and aircrafts

Is rewarding in terms of money

Cons

May have to move to locations where work is available

Can be a stressful job

Is a difficult and extensive subject to study. 

Hardeep Kaur 

HR Manager 

hardeepkaur.aircrews@gmail.com


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