A unique opportunity to meet those who design, produce, sell and maintain aircraft, and to see and touch the final product, from engines and helicopter propeller blades to aeroplane seats and altimeters.
The Careers Plane is divided into three thematic areas: Design, Industrialisation and Production
and Support, Marketing and Maintenance,
with nearly 800
professionals taking turns throughout the week to introduce visitors to the aerospace job chain. All in all, some 40 different trades will be presented, illustrating the sector's diversity, in two different ways:
- Through demonstrations, where participants can see professionals in almost real-life situations, and sometimes try the tools themselves.
- Through short talks in small groups of ten or so, where speakers talk about their careers, their everyday professional life and projects on which they have worked.
Visitors will be able to meet flight test engineer, industrial project manager, laminater-fitter and foundry operator in turn.
You can find the list of all the trades and companies represented at the Careers Plane in the computer graphics in the right column.
To prepare your visit, download the conferences' program
. With this schedule, you won't miss any jobs corresponding to your professional project. You will also find here above, the detailed map of the careers plane - jobs and training formation. Use it to identify what you're looking for and where you will be able to find professionals meeting all your expectations.
If they want to go further, visitors can find information at the Jobs and Training Forum about training courses or job vacancies in the trades that interest them.