What is EASA?
(EASA) is a European Union (EU) Agency developed to regulate and executive tasks for civilian aviation safety. EASA was created on 15 July, 2003 with Headquarters in Cologne, Germany. It becomes functional in 2008, taking over all functions of the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA). European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries have been granted participation in the agency. The responsibilities of EASA include conducting analysis and research of safety, authorizing foreign operators, giving advice for the drafting of EU legislation, implementing and monitoring safety rules (including inspections in the member states), giving type-certification of aircraft and components as well as the approval of organizations involved in the design, manufacture and maintenance of aeronautical products
What is EASA Part 147 Organization?
EASA Part 147 Organization covers the theoretical training and examination for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License
What is EASA Part 145 Organization?
EASA Part 145 covers the practical training for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License
What are categories for Part 66 License?
There are four categories for Part 66 License
Category A – Line Maintenance Certifying Mechanic
Category B1 – Maintenance Certifying Technician – Mechanical
Category B2 – Maintenance Certifying Technician – Avionic
Category C – Base Maintenance Certifying Engineer
What are career prospects for students after completing BS Aviation Technology with EASA Part 66 Modules?
After completing BS Aviation Technology with EASA Part 66 Modules one can serve in Airline Engineering Services, Corporate/Business Aviation, Government Departments as Technician, Mechanic and Support Staff, Engineer, Chief Engineer, Airworthiness Manager, Maintenance Scheduling Manager, Line/Base Maintenance Engineering Manager, Line/Base Maintenance Inspector, Supervisor, Quality Manager, Accountable Manager along with Managerial Jobs in Administration and Planning.
How could a student get Part 66 a License after completing the Course?
Download the PART-66 Application and Payment Forms
Fill both PART-66 Forms. Mention Modules, exam date and venue.
(You may add one extra module so that you can use its time for other modules)
Send both forms with Fee (____ € /Module) to EASA Address.
Wait for EASA confirmation of date and venue.
You need to provide desired experience in particular licence (B1 or B2) field.
Then you will be honored PART-66 Licence.