An AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) license issued by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is a certification that allows an individual to perform maintenance, repair, and certification of aircraft and aircraft components within the European Union and countries that adopt EASA regulations. EASA is the regulatory authority responsible for aviation safety in Europe, and it sets standards and requirements for various aspects of aviation, including aircraft maintenance.
To obtain an EASA AME license, an individual typically goes through a structured training program at an approved EASA Part-147 maintenance training organization. The training covers a wide range of topics related to aircraft systems, maintenance procedures, safety regulations, and other essential aspects of aircraft maintenance. The specific requirements for obtaining the license can vary depending on the category and type of aircraft an individual intends to work on.
The candidates who desire to be an AME have to fulfill following eligibility:-
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course duration is of 4 years, which includes 2 years academic program and 2 years of practical training. The theoretical knowledge will be gathered at EASA approved AME institute and live training will be held in EASA approved organization.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course stream classified in the following categories:-
A License:- A license category is further classified in the following categories which are as follows:-
B1 License:- B1 licensed AME has to rectify and solve the issues regarding the mechanical parts of an aircraft.
The subcategories of B1 license is as follows:-
B2 license:- B2 license commonly known as “avionics”. This license holder allows to maintain, repair, and troubleshooting the issues related to the electronic parts of an aircraft.
The subcategories of B2 license is as follows:-
To get AME EASA license, candidate can undergo the following procedure which are as follows:-
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