Aeronautics BTS (brevet de technicien supérieur)


Aeronautics BTS-qualified technicians specialise in both the aircraft manufacturing and operation sectors. They may be required to monitor the airworthiness of aircraft, define new assembly procedures or draft aircraft maintenance instructions.

Selection of candidates for the Aeronautics BTS is based on academic record and letter of motivation.

Subsequent study opportunities :

  • Part 66 B1-1 or B2 European licences
  • Pilot training
  • Maths "Sup"/"Spé" preparatory exam entry courses to the Grandes Écoles
  • IUP, Licence Professionnelle (professional bachelor's degree)

Training course in partnership with Flanders lycée (Hazebrouck).

The theoretical training for the Aeronautics BTS is combined with practical exercises in real environments (practical work and company internships).

Registration : on-line only

Prerequisites :
Science or STI (Industrial Sciences and Technologies) BaccalauréatProfessional BaccalauréatEnglish LV1 required
Course structure :
  • 2 years
Theoretical training programme :
  • Mathematics
  • French
  • English
  • Electronics, logic applied to electronics, servo systems,flight instruments, radio navigation.
  • Thermodynamics, thermopropulsion
  • Applied mechanics
  • Mechanical construction, CAD
  • Worksite management
  • Aerodynamics - Fluid mechanics - Flight mechanics
Usage techniques :
  • Airframe and system
  • Legislation, human factors, regulations
  • Airworthiness review
  • Management
Practical lessons :
  • Airframe
  • Engines
  • Electronic equipment
  • Electrotechnology
  • Hydraulics
  • Work on aeroplanes

approvals aeronautics IAAG is an aeronautics training organisation recognised by the Direction Générale de L’Aviation Civile (DGAC, the French civil aviation authority). The training courses offered by the Amaury de la Grange Aeronautics Institute are recognised by different Civil Aviation Authorities around the world through various accreditations.