James Martin Luctu

September 13, 1995

About Candidate

To secure the job in aviation field, concentrating in the aircraft maintenance or to any position that are related to my experiences and capabilities.



Aircraft Technician Course 2013-2015
PATTS College of Aeronautics
Bachelor of Science in Aircraft Maintenance Technology 2015-2017
PATTS College of Aeronautics

Work & Experience

Aircraft Cabin Mechanic
Wide-Aero Aviation Services Corporation

 Serviced ATR72-500, ATR72-600, Airbus A319, A320, A321, A330  Performed cabin inspection/sweep check  Serviced Weber, Sicma, Geven, Expliseat and Recaro Passenger seats  Performed removal and installation of cabin LRU  Repair/adjustment of passenger seats/parts  Repair/adjustment of lavatory equipment and parts  Repair/adjustment of overhead bin  Repair/adjustment of galley parts  Inspection of windows, sidewalls, door panels  Performed removal and installation of non-textile and textile floor covering  Maintain a clean and neat working area in accordance with the company’s housekeeping and safety regulation

Aircraft Mechanic
Lufthansa Technik Philippines

 Inspect aircrafts for any component defects, break-outs, fluid leakages, etc.  Assemble and disassemble various components of aircraft during repairs and maintenance.  Perform maintenance, disassembly, rework, repair, replacement, re-assembly or adjustment of various aircraft components.  Test aircraft operations to identify malfunctions.  Adjust, align and calibrate aircrafts using hand tools, gauges, etc.  Perform oil changes, battery service, hydraulic system service and other aircraft servicing tasks.  Ensure compliance with FAA, EASA, CAAP and company standards.  Keep work area clean and safe.  Perform routine maintenance and cleaning of aircraft interiors and exteriors.  Inspect aircraft engine for cracks and leaks.  Inform component repairs to manager and chief mechanic.  Resolve complex technical problems and troubleshoot unusual repairs.  Perform compliance with environmental, health and safety regulations.  Operate support equipment that is used in removal and installations of major aircraft components.  Use, maintain and store company-provided tools and equipment in safe and proper manner.

College Technical Instructor
FDSA Aviation College of Science and Technology

 Teaching current classes in the FAA part 147 maintenance school.  Ability to supervise students in the maintenance labs and maintain a safe working environment.  Teaching aircraft systems classes in the maintenance school as needed.  Developing and building class room training aids for the maintenance school.  Maintain current maintenance equipment and aircraft as needed.  Providing academic advising to current maintenance students.  Other academic and committee responsivities as assigned