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EASA Exam Details in India

The EASA Part 66 Licence The Part 66 licence is required for engineers to obtain ‘approvals’ to work on aircraft.  These approvals are issued by companies who are themselves approved by the CAA (EASA Part 145) usually after ‘type training’.  The approved engineer can sign off work on the aircraft within his/her licence authority. So

EASA PART 66 EXAM : FIRST TIME IN INDIA

EASA PART 66 EXAM : FIRST TIME IN INDIA – EASA PART 66 :For the very first time EASA Part 66 exam (AME ) is going to be conducting in India. EASA stands for European Aviation Safety Agency . EASA promotes the highest common standards of safety and environmental protection in civil aviation in Europe and Worldwide. It