Become an EASA Part 66 Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
We have prepared special Part 66 exams (B1, B2), training and preparation courses, so you can get your license in the shortest amount of time.
At Suntech, one of the most flexible EASA Part 147 approved training organisations, we train aircraft maintenance engineers by our successful training process.
This way you can become one of the most in-demand professionals worldwide, with one of the highest salaries in technical trades. Furthermore, with us and an EASA Part 66 license, your professional opportunities can expand in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa and globally.
We perform EASA Part 66 exams and basic training courses for B1 and B2 license categories and sub-categories. You can apply for full module package training or separate module examinations.
The benefits of attending EASA Part 66 exams and training with Suntech
Upcoming Trainings and Examinations
Please see the list of confirmed events, that we are organising in the coming months.
When applying for an offer, please let us know which modules would you like to attend.
|A or B1 aeroplane with:||A or B1 aeroplane with:||A or B1 helicopter with:||A or B1 helicopter with:||B2|
|Subject module||Module description||B1.1 Turbine engine(s)||B1.2 Piston engine(s)||B1.3 Turbine engine(s)||B1.4 Piston engine(s)||Avionics|
|5||Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems||X||X||X||X||X|
|6||Material & Hardware||X||X||X||X||X|
|11A||Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems||X|
|11B||Piston Aeroplane Systems Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems||X|
|12||Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems||X||X|
|13||Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems||X|
|15||Gas Turbine Engines||X||X|
SUNTECH’s step-by-step program to attend exams for the chosen licence category
By the completion of all examinations for your chosen licence category (B1 or B2) the experience requirements are as such:
- For Categories B1.1, B1.3 and B2 work experience requirement are 5 years.
- For Categories A1, A2, A3, A4, B1.2 and B1.4 and B3 work experience requirements are 3 years.
Experience requirements can be gained before or after module examinations.
Experience shall be documented in a shape of experience log book where tasks are signed by trainer/mentor/instructor and confirmed by Quality of the maintenance organization.
Full Basic Training and Examination in Part-147 training organization:
You attend the EASA Part-66 Basic training course & examinations in Part-147 approved Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization.
This in total requires 2.400 hours of Theoretical and Practical training and altogether takes 20 months to be accomplished. Additional to that you need to gain 2 years of work experiences in respected aircraft maintenance organization.
The whole process to be able to apply for an Aircraft Maintenance Licence (AML) takes 4 years.
Option with finished Technical Trade school accepted by Civil Aviation Authority (CAA):
Did you finish any Technical Trade School which program is recognized by Civil Aviation Authority which you picked to issue your AML license?
If that is the case, then you need to pass all EASA Part 66 exams for desired license category and accumulate 3 years of work experiences in respected aircraft maintenance organizations.
The whole process takes a bit more than 3 years before you are able to apply for a license. Please note this option is possible only in a few EU states and also in few non-EU states.
If none of the exam sessions suite you, but you are a group, preparing for EASA Part 66 exams, we are able to prepare custom review and exam sessions according to your availability and wishes.
Courses can be held in Slovenia and Turkey or on location and time you may choose. Minimum group for exam session is 8 people.
Please send us your requests in the offer request form at the end of this page.
Part 66 exams and course location
Training facilities for the performance of theoretical parts and exams of Suntech maintenance training are located at:
Sabiha Gokcen airport Istanbul
IMPORTANT: According to EASA Part 66/147 regulation, exams can only be performed under the examiner or invigilator supervision in controlled and Part 147 approved location. Web based training or remote examination according to Part 66/147 regulation is not an option.
Suntech step by step course process
You apply for the review or exam
via the contact form at the end of this page. There you let us know which license category (B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4 or B2) or module, do you want to apply for.
We send you your training materials and you start to self-study for certain module.
You receive a special E-mail address and phone number from the instructor. You can contact him for any possible explanation you might have during your self-study process.
Before the exam itself, you get the time and chance to ask the examiner topics that were not clear to you during self-study.
You take the exam at an approved location with approved examiner or invigilator.
After a successful exam, you are rewarded with a Certificate of Recognition for that specific module.
Request your offer for Part 66 training, review or exams
Please fill out the following form. Let us know the desired modules with dates (or the whole category) you would like to attend from the calendar on this page.
We will than send you the prices and all details as soon as possible.
Do you need help right away?
Contact us: VIBER / WHATSAPP: +386 31 259 224