As an aircraft mechanic you must hold an EASA Part-66 aircraft maintenance licence (or AML) to be able to release your work. 

After successfully passing the Part-66 Module Examination you will receive the European recognized “Certificate of Recognition” or an EASA Form 148. This certificate will remain valid for 10 years. If you have acquired all the Module Certificates and sufficient experience, you can request a Part-66 AML from the designated authority of a EU Member State.  

 

Depending the rating (or EASA Part-66 Category) you seek, different modules or levels can be applicable.

We currently offer Part-66 Module Examinations for:

  • Category A1 - Aeroplane Turbine, Line Maintenance Certifying Mechanic
  • Category B1.1 - Aeroplane Turbine, Line Maintenance Certifying Technician
  • Category B1.3 - Helicopter Turbine, Line Maintenance Certifying Technician
  • Category B2 - Avionics Maintenance Certifying Technician

We can also offer (for Part-66 AML holders in Belgium) the possibility to remove any Limitations. Please view the possibilities in the sub-menu: Belgium Limitation Removal.