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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Course Details

EASA Part-147 Basic Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course is governed by European Union Aviation Safety Agency. EASA Part-147 delivers the regulations governing a Maintenance Training Organisation responsible for either Basic or Type Training for Part 66 Engineers.

In EASA Course pattern after successfully completing 2 years of Basic Training at Part EASA147 Basic (Aircraft Maintenance Training Organisation) & 2 years of practical maintenance experience on an operating aircraft in an EASA Part 145 (Aircraft Maintenance Organisation). After Completion student is issued Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence as per guidelines of EASA Part 66. An EASA-approved Aircraft Maintenance Engineer can have various job opportunities in India & all other countries.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria for admission in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Course

  1. Candidate must have passed 10th from a recognized Board
  2. Candidate age should be between 16 to 28 at the time of admission.
  3. Qualify for Aeronautical-CET Exam. To register for the exam Visit online registration.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Course Duration

The course duration is of total 4 years which includes 2 years of training in EASA 147(Basic) Aircraft Maintenance Training Organisation & practical training on actual working aircraft in EASA 145 Aircraft Maintenance Organisation.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Fee structure

The fee for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) is 10 to 20 lakh for Complete Course. The course fee depends on the college which the candidate chooses depending on his/her rank in Aeronautical-CET Exam. Depending on the Aeronautical-CET exam All India ranks up to 100% scholarship is given.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Licence Categories

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer(EASA) Course Sub- Categories(Stream) are as mentioned below

Category A- category “A’ license engineer can do layover inspection & minor maintenance tasks of aircraft. its sub-categories are

A1-Aeroplane Turbine fitted with Jet Engine

A2-Aeroplane Turbine fitted with Piston Engine

A3-Helicopter Turbine with Jet Engine

A4-Helicopter Turbine with Piston Engine

Category B- Category ‘B’ Licence holder can do all types of minor & major Maintenance tasks in aircraft. Category further has two sub-category B1(Mechanical Stream) & B2(Avionics Stream).

Category B1-This includes all kinds of minor & major maintenance of the Airframe & Engine systems which covers the Mechanical stream.it has further below mentioned sub-categories

B1-Aeroplane Turbine fitted with Jet Engine

B2-Aeroplane Turbine fitted with Piston Engine

B3-Helicopter Turbine with Jet Engine

B4-Helicopter Turbine with Piston Engine

Category B2- This includes all kinds of minor & major maintenance of Aircraft Electrical, Instrument & Radio system covers Avionics stream.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Course Subjects
Sr. No. Subject Name( Module) Module No.
1 Electrical Fundamentals 3
2 Electronic Fundamentals 4
3 Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems 5
4 Materials & Hardware 6
5 Maintenance Practices 7
6 Basic Aerodynamics 8
7 Human factor 9
8 Aviation Legislation 10
9 Turbine Aeroplane, Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems 11
10 Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems 12
11 Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems 13
12 Propulsion 14
13 Gas Turbine Engine 15
14 Piston Engine 16
15 Propeller 17
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Career Opportunities

After Completion of the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) Course candidate can work in India & all other Countries in the following stream of aviation sector

Airlines- Airlines provide transport service to all the passengers across India & throughout the globe at the various destinations. None of the aircraft can fly unless it has been signed & approved by Aircraft Maintenance Engineer that all its system is fit to fly. Numerous opportunities are there for students after completion of the AME Course.

Maintenance Repair Overhaul(MRO’s)- MRO’s perform all the maintenance from minor to major for all the flying aircraft, carrying out maintenance on the airframe, jet engines, piston engines, electrical, Radio, Instruments & various other systems of aircraft. Like airlines lot of job opportunities are there for students after completion of the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Course.

Aircraft Manufacturing Companies- Aircraft manufacturing companies such as Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier, Cessna Aircraft, and Dassault falcon deal in the manufacturing of aircraft & aircraft systems and also provide job opportunities to Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

Aircraft Spares Manufacturing Companies- Spares manufacturing companies work in the manufacturing of various aircraft parts, few companies such as General Electric, Honeywell, Pratt & Whitney, and Rollce-Royce work in the manufacturing of aero engines and also hire Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

Civil Aviation Department & Defence- Civil Aviation Department, Director General of Civil Aviation, in defense Air force also hires Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Institutes- AME institutes also hiresAircraft Maintenance Engineers as Training instructors for theoretical & practical training.

Flying Training Schools- Flying Training Schools provide training to the pilots on various single & multiengine aircraft to maintain their aircrafts Aircraft Maintenance Engineers hired by Flying Training Schools.

Aviation Technical Publication Companies- Technical publication companies maintain various paperwork of airlines related to maintenance & flying. To maintain this paperwork, they hire Aircraft Maintenance Engineers.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Admission Process
  1. Fill out the Registration form & register yourself for Aeronautical-CET Exam.
  2. After Clearing the Exam, as per the All India Rank in Aeronautical-CET exam, our Counselling team guide you to get admission to the best college as per your choice stream and trade at your preferred location
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence Process

After admission through the Aeronautical-CET exam in the selected college, the candidate has to pass all the internal exams of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer college & DGCA modules. After completion of the course clearing all the modules of DGCA exams any organization in which student’s work can apply for an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer license. AME Licence will be issued by the Director-General of Civil Aviation(DGCA). The AME license is valid in India & overseas.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Fee Structure

The fee for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering full course is approx. 3-7 lakh. The course fee depends on the college which the candidate chooses depending on his/her rank in Aeronautical-CET Exam. Depending on the Aeronautical-CET exam rank up to 100% scholarship is given.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Salary Package

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer earns the average salary in India between 6-8 lakh per annum & which gradually increases with experience. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is one of the best career options & Aircraft Maintenance Engineers is one of the highest-paid engineers.

To get admission in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering(EASA) follow the below mentioned procedure

 

1.    Fill the form & register for Aeronautical-CET Exam. For Aeronautical-CET Exam visit www.aeronauticalcet.in

2.    After Clearing the Exam, as per All India Rank in Aeronautical-CET exam, our Counselling team guide you to get admission in best college as per your choice stream and trade at your preferred location

EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence is valid in India, All Europe countries & almost all countries in world so job opportunities are much more wider

AME License (EASA) course is related to the maintenance and repair of aircraft. EASA is the European Aviation Safety Agency that deals with the rules and regulation of civil aviation. The licence is valid India, All Europe countries & almost all countries in world.

EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence is regulated by European Aviation Safety Agency that deals with the rules and regulation of civil aviation& DGCA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence is regulated by Director General of Civil Aviation (Govt. of India).


EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence has much wider job prospects than DGCA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence.

As EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence is valid almost in all the countries there are lot of job opportunities for EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Licence holders.

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