Where can I sit a CAA
EASA International examination?
Please refer to the website page's section on ‘Sitting For
An Exam’ or here where you will find the
location of all our overseas
How do I register for an
Please refer to the website ‘Take
select the exam location and you will find all the required
information, exam schedules, exam fees as well as application forms and
instructions on how to apply.
Applications and cleared payments must be
received by the closing date which is listed on the exam schedule.
A candidate confirmation letter is issued by
e-mail to all exam candidates to confirm exam bookings and schedule.
How do I pay for an examination?
Please refer to the examination application form which includes a
payment section detailing the payment options. All payments are in GBP
sterling and must be made to CAAi in the UK. We cannot accept payments
at any of our overseas exam venues.
What is the pass mark?
The pass mark for both European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part
66 and EASA Part-FCL
(Flight Crew Licensing) examinations is 75%.
I am not able to attend my
examination for medical reasons, what procedure do I need to follow?
are permitted for unavoidable medical reasons and will not incur an
administration fee, providing that a valid medical certificate
(original) is provided, together with a letter of explanation.
EASA Part 66 Examinations
What is EASA Part 66?
66 details the requirements to be met by individuals and National
Aviation Authorities for Aircraft Maintenance licence initial issue and
Am I eligible to take the Part
- Category A - Maintenance Certifying
- Category B1 - Maintenance Certifying
- Category B2 - Maintenance Certifying
- Category B3 – Maintenance Certifying
technician (Non-pressurised aircraft 2000kg and below)
- Category C - Base Maintenance Certifying
There are no experience requirements to sit
the EASA Part 66 modules.
You will however need to supply proof of your practical maintenance
experience to the licensing authority to be assessed along with your
examination results in order to apply for the EASA Part 66 Licence.
already have an AME qualifications/an AME License from a non-European
Union (EU) country, do I get any Part 66 module credits through prior
Part 66 only allows national certifying staff qualifications from
member state countries to be converted to Part 66 licences. There is no
provision to recognise non-member state Aircraft Maintenance licences.
Where can I find the syllabus,
number of questions and the duration for the Part 66 exams modules?
Please see the link below to COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No. 1149/2011.
The information can be found in Appendix 1 on page 24.
REGULATION (EU) No. 1149/2011 (pdf)
What documents are required to
apply for the EASA Part 66 exams?
Can I cancel or transfer my
exams after they have been confirmed?
- Application form.
- Payment form with method of payment.
- Certified copy of your passport for
identification purposes ( first time application only).
Requests for cancellations, transfers or
amendments to a booking must
be made in writing at least 30 days before the examination.
An administration fee of £33 is payable for
each cancellation, transfer or amendment.
Examination bookings cannot be amended within
the 30 days prior to the examination.
Candidates failing to attend an exam will
lose all fees paid.
Who can certify my passport
you are employed by a Maintenance organisation your passport should be
stamped and certified as a true copy by your Quality Manager.
If you are not in employment we will accept
passports certified by a person in authority (doctor, solicitor etc.).
How many exam modules can I sit
in one day?
There are 2 exam sessions on each exam day, morning and afternoon. Both
sessions are 3 hours and 15 minutes long. You can sit as many modules
as you require as long as they fit within the time.
What materials are permitted
into the examination?
For information please click to download the
CAA exam briefing.
When will I get my results?
Results notifications and pass certificates will be posted to your home
address as advised on your application within 10 working days after we
have received the exams back from the overseas exam venue. Please note
that it can often be one month from the exam date before your results
arrive depending on the efficiency of your local postal service.
Do Part 66 examination
The training courses and examination shall be passed within 10 years
prior to the application for a Part 66 licence.
Where can I find more
information on EASA Part 66 Engineer Licensing?
Please refer to the main UK CAA website.
Please address all licensing enquiries to the UK CAA licensing
department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any enquiry, please contact us via our online contact form
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