The introduction of EC regulations for EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licences requires that after every
licensing action a Part-66 (66 AML) licence should be re-issued for a further five years.
The CAA scheme of charges indicates the full fee for the renewal of a licence valid for the full five years, however
since the introduction of the EASA licence the CAA have adopted a method to recover a proportion of the licence renewal
charge with licensing transactions, to cover the fee for extending the licence validity.
The revised method of licence renewal and charging is known as the ‘Rolling Renewal’. The calculation process for
the identifying the ‘Rolling Renewal’ fee has been automated and is available below as an easy to use tool for both
individuals and companies alike.
The calculator is currently only available for Part-66 licences.
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