EASA Part 66 Examinations
To become an Aircraft Mechanic, you must hold an EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence (AML) . After successfully passing the Part 66 Module Examination you will receive a Certificate of Recognition, also know as an EASA Form 148. If you have acquired all the Module Certificates and sufficient experience, you can request a Part-66 AML from the designated authority of a EU Member State.
- At our examination Centers , we offer the following EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Categories for
- Category B1.1 – Aeroplane Turbine
- Category B1.2 – Aeroplane Piston
- Category B1.3 – Helicopter Turbine
- Category B1.4 – Helicopter Piston
- We also offer various examinations for limitation removals
Our examination schedule is available for applicants and can be found detailed in the file below.
13 Sep 2021 Start training
⇒Refresh 2021B and
⇒2nd year Full Course
18 Oct 2021 Start training
⇒1 st Year Full Course
MAKE YOUR APPLICATION AND SEE THE SCHEDULE WITH THIS LINK
Module availability for each exam date will depend on their demand
Unscheduled Examinations can be added upon requests
Examination Participation process
- ΩMEGA AVIATION ACADEMY examinations will remain subject to Hellenic Government Advice on COVID-19. We will be adhering to Social Distancing measures for all of our examinations to ensure the safety of all attendees.
- Please note application must be made no later than 5 prior to the examination date.
- Exam cancellations must be submitted, in e-mailing at least 2 prior to the examination date.
* Examinees are requested to be present at least 30 minutes prior to the examination scheduled time. ID documents are mandatory for the entrance and participation in the examinations.