Meet Maxime, alumni of the ASAA Advanced Master

His background

Academic background

  • 2021 – Advanced Master - Aviation Safety: Aircraft Airworthiness, ISAE-SUPAERO & ENAC, Toulouse, France
  • 2020 – Master - Engineering and Maintenance of Systems for Aeronautics and Transport (IMSAT), University of Bordeaux, France

Professional background

  • 2022-Today – Airworthiness Expert, European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Cologne, Germany
  • 2021-2022 – Airworthiness & Certification Officer, AURA AERO, Toulouse, France
  • 2018-2020 –

14th ASPAG meeting at ENAC on April 18 and 19

The focus of ASPAG is to address general and tool-overlapping issues, methods or developments in the field of airside simulation and performance assessment within Airport and TMA operations that apply to all analysts in that field. It is not intended to replace any existing tool specific user groups. The meeting provides a forum for all stakeholders - air navigation service providers (ANSPs), airport operators, airlines, consulting firms, research centers, universities, tool suppliers, etc. - to exchange best practices and identify a common methodology.

Meet Angèle, student of the ASAA Advanced Master

His background

  • 2023 - 2024: Student of the Aircraft Safety and Aviation Airworthiness Advanced Master, ENAC - ISAE-SUPAERO
  • 2023: Graduate of EPF in Cachan – Aeronautics and Space Engineering / Apprenticeship in Safety and Security at Aéroports de Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle.

Why did you chose the ASAA Advanced Master?

Choosing the ASAA Advanced Master Advanced Master ASAA was driven by my interest in aircraft safety and airworthiness.

Présentation de l'ENAC



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