How to get an EASA Part-66 Licence (Category B1 or B2)?
- In order to get an EASA Part-66 AML (Aircraft Maintenance License), an applicant needs:
- Basic knowledge (66.A.25);
- Basic experience (66.A.30).
- In order to get an aircraft type rating TR endorsed in the AML, an applicant needs:
- Type Training (Theoretical and Practical) (66.A.45)
- On-the-job Training (OJT) for the first TR (66.A.45).
The following two schemes depict the most common paths and are for information only.
- The first scheme applies to Group 1 aircraft (B1 and B2 licence categories).
- The second scheme applies to other than Group 1 aircraft (B1 and B2 licence categories).
NOTE: Aircraft groups are described in 66.A.5.
These schemes do not override Part-66 requirements nor capture all the possibilities (various licences, educations and experiences). The start and end of each phase can vary depending on individual cases.
For further and detailed information:
- Refer to Part-66 and related AMC/GM; and
- Consult the Competent Authority where you intend to apply for the AML.
An AML issued by a country other than EASA Member States cannot be rendered valid as EASA Part-66 AML.
Part-66 licences issued by the countries other than EASA Member States are not mutually recognised in the European system.
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