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site informs airplane maintenance personnel about what the EASA part
66 (JAR-66) licence is, and how
to get the EASA part 66 B1 and B2 licence. Comments
This licence is needed to be able to sign an airplane airworthy.
EASA part 66 courses:
EUROPEAN UNION COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) NO. 2042/2003 & (EU) No 1149/2011
is the base of Aviation Mantenance of a commercial airline. It consists of four annexes:
Annex I Part-M continuing airworthiness requirements
Annex II Part-145 approval of maintenance organisations – commercial air transport and large aircraft
Annex III Part-66 certifying staff – aircraft maintenance licence
Annex IIII Part-147 maintenance training organisation requirements
In the European Union , for all commercial airlines, Aircraft Maintenance Certifying Personnel must be in compliance with part 66 Certifying staff of the EASA.
There are several Categories:
Category A (Maintenance Certifying Mechanic): Basic A category License + Task Training for minor tasks (tyre and brake change etc. and up to a weekly check) + Company Certification Authorization for specific Tasks,
Category B1 Select part 66 Maintenance Certifying Technician (Mechanical): Basic B1 category License + Type Training (i.e. Line & Base Maintenance per ATA 104 Level III) + Company Certification Authorization, permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service (CRS) following maintenance on mechanical and minor avionics and electrical systems.
Category B2 Select part 66 Maintenance Certifying Technician (Avionic): B2 aircraft maintenance licence + Type Training (i.e. Line & Base Maintenance per ATA 104 Level III) + Company Certification Authorization, permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service following maintenance on avionic and electrical systems.
Category C Select part 66 (Base Maintenance Certifying Engineer): Basic C category license + Type Training (Line & Base Maintenance i.a.w. ATA 104 Level III for the first Type Rating and ATA 104 Level I training for subsequent Aircraft Types of similar technology, otherwise Level III training) + Company Certification Authorization Category C aircraft maintenance licence permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service (CRS) following base maintenance work on aircraft. CAT-C-HowToGet
There are two main aircraft maintenance licences in the world, the United States, Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMT) with their A&P (Part 65 Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics) which are permitted to work under their own certificates and approve their own work for return to service. EASA Part 66 licencensed personnel works under Part 145 organization, which approves the RTS and the Certifying Technician (with an individual part 66 licence) issues the CRS .
EASA/JAA differences. The difference between EASA and JAA is that EASA has legal regulatory authority within the European Union (EU). In most of the JAA member countries, their national legislator brings the JARs into a local state law. Many non-European countries are following the EASA/JAR regulations, for instance Canada , China, Singapore, the Gulf Emirates and many more. To be able to work throughout the world, it is helpful to have an EASA part 66 licence! How to get your EASA part 66 B1 or B2 licence? See EASA part 66 / JAR-66 HowToGet!
Basic books for the EASA part 66 & FAA A&P license!
EASA part 66 Modules & Syllabus
Books for the EASA part 66 CAT A - B1 - B2 & FAA A&P licence
1. Mathematics 2. Physics 3. Electrical Fundamentals 4. Electronic Fundamentals
5. Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems 6. Materials and Hardware
7. Maintenance Practices 8. Basic Aerodynamics 9. Human Factors 10. Aviation Legislation
11. Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems 12. Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
13. Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems 14. Propulsion 15. Gas Turbine Engine
16. Piston Engine 17. Propeller
You can take exams for the EASA part 66 or other part 66 exams at approved exam places whenever you feel ready for it.
It is not easy, this is why I have built an exam preparation site.
As a selfstudy student you first master all 13/14 exams, and prove sufficient work experience in a
work experience log book and apply for the licence within ten years! The exam preparation for full courses will be available for you for 18 month. Any other courses will be available for you for 6 month!
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EASA Part 66 Exam Preparation CAT A1, A2, A3, A4, B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4, B2, B3
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