How to apply
The licence is issued to an individual to permit the holder to issue certificates of release to service applicable to the Category/Sub Category applied for.
Who can apply
You must hold an existing Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence and have met the relevant knowledge and experience requirements to extend to include another Category/Sub-Category.
If your experience has been gained in an EASA 145 Maintenance Organisation but an overseas company, original logbooks/worksheets and examination certificates will be required.
If your experience has been gained outside an EASA 145 Maintenance Organisation then you will be unable to proceed with your application at this present time. If you require more information or guidance on what to do next please email email@example.com
When extending the Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence you are required to complete the relevant modules applicable to the Category/Sub-Category you are applying for (for information on the modules/part modules you will need to email firstname.lastname@example.org).
You will be required to provide the minimum civil aircraft maintenance experience requirement appropriate to the additional Category/Sub-Category of licence applied for as defined in Commission Regulation (EU) No 1149/2011, Appendix IV. This experience can be documented in the form of a logbook and/or worksheets ensuring the tasks have been signed off by the appropriate signatory.
The experience requirement will be reduced by 50% if you have completed an approved EASA Part 147 basic training course relevant to the Category/Sub-Category applied for.
The recommendation document will need to be completed by a Quality Manager or the immediate senior person within the Quality Department of your current employer, or the organisation where the experience is gained.
NB: If you are applying for a change of name and or nationality you will be required to supply evidence in support of your request, e.g change of name deed poll/marriage certificate/valid passport.
Applications made before 1 April 2015
Applications made from 1 April 2015
The above service will also incur a Rolling Renewal fee. To calculate this fee you will need to have the expiry date of your current Licence to hand when completing the online application form. The expiry date is normally found on page 6 of 8 of your current Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence, depending on the size of your Licence.
If you are applying for any other additional services the appropriate fee will also apply.
An additional fee will be payable if you wish your documents to be returned by secure courier.
Please see the Scheme of Charges (Personnel Licensing) for full details.
The EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence is valid for 5 years from the date of issue.
Note - The CAA does have the right to request the return of the original Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence at any point of your application.
Once all of the requirements have been met, the Application for Initial Issue, Amendment or Renewal of an Engineer Licence (Form 19) should be submitted online with the requested documents scanned, or they can be delivered in person or post to the address at the bottom of the page.
An assessment and refund fee may be charged if the assessment results in the rejection of your application. This will also be applied if you choose cancel your application.