About aircraft maintenance engineers
Find out about the roles of an aircraft maintenance engineer and what aircraft they can inspect, maintain and repair under CASR Part 66.
Aircraft engineer licence (Part 66)
Find out about CASR Part 66 and the licensing system for aircraft engineers including licensing types, categories and requirements.
Aircraft engineer exams and RPL assessments
Find out about what exams you need to take to become an aircraft engineer under Part 147 MTO training or self-study pathways.
Apply for a Part 66 licence
Find out about how to apply for a Part 66 licence after you have completed your training under the Part 146 MTO or Part 66 self-study pathways.
Find out about removing an exclusion from a licence category after meeting the theoretical and competency requirements under the Part 66 Manual of Standards.
Part 66 of CASR
Part 66 of CASR sets out requirements for the application for, the granting of, and the appropriate use of aircraft maintenance engineer licences and ratings.
Part 145 of CASR
Part 145 sets out the rules for maintenance organisations and personnel, and the issue of certificates of release to service for aircraft and aeronautical product maintenance.