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Aircraft Engineering

Civil and military aircraft maintenance engineering.


EASA Part 66


EASA Part 66 Syllabus


Royal Air Force


BAE Hawk 60 Series






The aircraft engineering section of this site will provide valuable information for anyone who is training to become an aircraft maintenance engineer or technician on either civil or military aircraft.

Aircraft engineers and technicians usually specialise in either mechanical or avionics engineering and training can begin with either an approved civil employer or with the Royal Air Force.

All aircraft maintenance work, either civil or military, must be checked, inspected and certified. On civil aircraft, only licensed engineers are authorised to do this and now require an EASA Part 66 licence.

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