Working as an aircraft technician with the Armed Forces of Malta

Interview with Andrew Camilleri

A whole rescue team of people, pilots and civilians (sometimes) depend on him. Several million-euro worth of equipment depends on his expertise and dedication to keep it in perfect condition. And this is just part of Andrew Camilleri’s daily duties as an aircraft technician.

At only 24, Camilleri has taken on the crucial role of maintaining an aircraft used by the Armed Forces of Malta for rescue missions and other operations. Although he reports to a whole team above him for the aircraft’s condition, he knows just how many people depend on his accuracy and diligence on a daily basis.

Watch Camilleri’s interview to find out what it is like to work on a plane.

About Andrew
Age: 24
Qualifications: gunner and aircraft technician, MCAST

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