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1

What is section A for certifying staff?

Technical requirements needed to gain a license.

2

What is section B for certified licenses?

Procedure for competent authority.

3

What is section A further divided into?

Sub sections:

Basic training(training required for the course)
Type training(training required to add type rating to license)

4

What can you find in the appendices?

- Knowledge requirements
- The modules required for each category of license.
- Contents of each module and the level of questions.

5

What does AML stand for?

Aircraft Maintenance Licence.

6

What are the 5 basic licence categories?

A, B1, B2, B3 and C

7

What is a B3 licence and when was this introduced?

Piston-engine, non-pressurised aeroplanes with 2000kg MOTM

Introduced in 2011

8

What are the Cat A and Cat B1 AML sub divisions?

.1 - Turbine aeroplanes
.2 - Piston aeroplanes
.3 Turbine helicopters
.4 - Piston helicopters

9

What type of aircraft are in the group 1 category of the aircraft groups?

- Complex motor powered aircraft
- Multiple engine helicopters
- Aeroplanes with maximum certifying operating altitude exceeding FL290
- Fly-by-wire aircraft.

10

What type of aircraft are in the group 2 category of the aircraft groups?

All single engine aircraft or helicopters

11

What type of aircraft are in the group 3 category of the aircraft groups?

Piston engine aeroplanes other than in group 1

12

What is the definition of a complex multi powered aircraft?

- Maximum certified take of mass exceeding 5700kg
- Certified max passenger seating of 19 or more
- Minimum crew of at least 2 pilots

13

What is the definition of a complex multi powered helicopter?

- MTOM exceeding 3175kg
- Passenger seating more than 9
- Minimum 2 pilots.

14

What form must a person complete when applying for a licence

EASA form 19 to the relevant NAA

15

Can you hold more than 1 EASA Part-66 licence?

No, but it doesn't prevent you from holding various categories of Part-66 licenses or from holding other foreign licences.

16

At what age are you eligible to apply for an aircraft maintenance licence?

18 year old.

17

At what age are you eligible to exercise privileges?

21 year old

18

What regulation introduced B3 category of a licence?

1149/2011

19

Does the licence alone allow the holder to do anything on the aircraft?

No.

20

What can an A license holder certify?

Minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification.

Cannot certify others work.

21

What does line maintenance include?

- Trouble shooting
- Defect rectification
- Component replacement
- Scheduled maintenance

22

What can a B1 licence certify?

- Maintenance of aircraft structure
- Aircraft mechanical and electrical systems and power plants

23

When can a B1 certify avionic work?

When it only requires simple testing to prove serviceability.

24

What can a B2 certify?

Aircraft avionic systems

(Doesn't include Cat A privileges)

25

What can a B3 certify?

Exact same as B1, however doesn't include any Cat A sub categeory

26

What does a Cat C certify?

Permits holder to issue Certificates of Release to Service (CRS) following base maintenance.

27

What are the experience requirements for A, B1.2, B1.4, B3

3 years no technical training

2 years if can demonstrate technical training

1 year after completion of part 147 course.

28

Training courses and examinations shall be passed within

10 years prior to the application for an aircraft maintenance licence.

29

What is the maximum number of consecutive attempts for each module?

Three

Further sets of three attempts are allowed with a one year waiting period between sets.

30

Where can the list of tasks which a Cat A licence holder can be authorised for found?

AMC145.A.30(g)