Pascal Picard holds an EASA Part-66 Catégorie B1.1 license. He grew up in the automobile industry, with parents who were dealers for the Volkswagen-Audi brand. He quite naturally began his studies in automotive mechanics before quickly moving on to aviation maintenance.


    He gained experience at various airlines (AOM/AirLib, SWISS…) as a maintenance technician, then later at Eurocopter (now Airbus Helicopters) as a ground test technician.
    In 2013, he carried out an assignment with Airexpert, a firm working with insurance companies. He was subsequently recruited as a flight mechanic on Boeing 737BBJ (Boeing Business Jet) by a private operator, acquiring valuable flying experience.

    A professional in the aviation industry since 1999, Pascal Picard has extensive technical expertise, knowledge of the field and of various operating models.

    Specialised aviation training

    • EASA Part-66 Category B1.1
    • Human Factors
    • Fuel tank safety
    • Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems(EWIS) group 1 and 2
    • PART 145 regulations
    • Bachelor’s degree in computer science and electronics, with an option in aeronautical vehicles
    • ATPL Aircraft Theory
    • Higher technical diploma in maintenance and operation of aeronautical equipment

    Type rating

    • Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 (CFM56) Line & Base Maintenance (E/A/P) – Lufthansa Technical Training

    • McDonnell Douglas MD90 (V2500) Line & Base Maintenance (E/A/P) – SAS Technical Training

    • Airbus A340 (CFM56) Line & Base Maintenance (E/A/P) – Lufthansa Technical Training

    • McDonnell Douglas MD83 (JT8D) Line & Base Maintenance (E/A/P) – AOM Industries


    • French
    • English / Technical aviation English