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    Easa part 66

    أرجوكم اخواني الكرام

    ابحث عن الكتب الخاصه بالايازا 66 الخاصه بالاتحاد الاوربي

    هناك بعضها متواجد علي الانترنت

    هل يوجد احد الاعضاء الكرام متواجد في انجلترا او في اوربا كي يساعدني في هذا

    اصدار ال Easa part 66

    ارجوا من اي عضو كريم او مشرف يتواصل معي لاني احتاج لها بشده

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    السلام عليكم

    الرجاء كتابة اسماء الكتب ..... و ارقامها الدولية ..... (بيانات كاملة)

    حتي يتسني ارسال طلبك للمختصين في المكتبة ..... و للتسهيل علي الاعضاء في مد يد العون

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    What is the EASA-66 licence?
    In aircraft maintenance personnel must be licensed to sign an aircraft airworthy. Most countries have or had their national maintenance licence. In the US there is still the A&P license. In the EU the member states created a common licence which is the JAR-66 licence. They were setting new standards which have been followed by many countries throughout the world. From 28 September 2003 on the EASA - European Safety Agency became responsible for the airworthyness standards for the majority of civil aircraft registered in the EU member states

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    EASA Part 66 - Certifying Staff


    EASA Part 66 (Annex III) is the European equivalent of the proposed CASR Part 66 published in NPRM0407MS in October 2004.

    It contains:

    An introductory rule (66.1)
    Section A – Technical Requirements
    Section B – Procedures for Competent Authorities
    5 Appendices which contain detailed technical standards/specifications


    Avionics includes instrument and radio systems.

    Category A

    Issues certificates of release to service for specific maintenance tasks endorsed on the authorisation after minor scheduled line maintenance and defect rectification. Can only be used for work performed by the individual (no supervision provisions) in a Part 145 organisation.

    Category B1

    Issues certificates of release to service for airframe structure, powerplant, mechanical and electrical system maintenance. Can also replace and perform simple tests of avionic Line Replaceable units. B1 includes all “A”category privileges automatically

    Category B2

    Issues certificates of release to service for avionic and electrical system maintenance

    Category C

    Issues certificates of release to service following base maintenance, for complete aircraft in a Part 145 organisation.

    Categories “A”and “B1”are further divided into 4 subcategories

    A1 and B1.1 - Aeroplanes Turbine

    A2 and B1.2 - Aeroplanes Piston

    A3 and B1.3 - Helicopters Turbine

    A4 and B1.4 - Helicopters Piston

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    Subpart A - Detailed *******s
    The standard format for an application to either issue or amend a licence

    Age eligibility to hold a licence differs from age eligibility to exercise

    the privileges of a licence in a Part 145 organisation

    The privileges that are applicable to each category of licence

    The conditions which must be meet so that the certification

    privileges of a licence may be exercised

    The basic knowledge and examination requirements applicable to a licence category

    Experience requirements

    Continuing validity requirements

    Type/task training and ratings

    Conversion provisions from licences issued by other member states

    Experience Requirements

    Categories A, B1 (including subcategories) and B2 require either:

    Formal practical training under a Part 147 training organisation

    A combination of practical experience and formal training in a relevant technical trade; or
    Practical experience only on operational aircraft.

    Category C for large aircraft B1 or B2 experience in a Part 145 organisation

    Category C for non large aircraft B1 or B2 experience either on non large aircraft or in a Part 145 organisation.

    Category C issued on the basis of a relevant technical degree, work in a civil maintenance environment including observation of base maintenance tasks.

    In all cases the appropriate knowledge examinations must be passed.

    Type/task training and ratings

    Practical and theoretical training requirements including knowledge delivery levels

    Examination and/or workplace assessment requirements

    Specific type ratings for large aircraft

    Group ratings for non large aircraft

    Large aircraft as defined in Part M are Aircraft above 5,700Kgs MTOW

    Appendices


    Basic Knowledge requirements

    Basic Examination Standards

    Type training and Examination Standards

    Experience requirements for extending a licence

    Application form and Licence format

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    انشاء الله عايز اصدر
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    و بعد المده المحدده أصدر
    B-man

    Category A (Line Maintenance Mechanic): Basic A category License + Task Training (Level depends on Task Complexity) + Company Certification Authorization for specific Tasks ("A category A aircraft maintenance licence permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification within the limits of tasks specifically endorsed on the authorisation. The certification privileges shall be restricted to work that the licence holder has personally performed in a Part-145 organisation"),

    Category B1 (Mechanical) and/or B2(Avionics) (Line Maintenance Technician): Basic B1/B2 category License + Type Training (i.e. Line & Base Maintenance i.a.w. ATA 104 Level III) + Company Certification Authorization ("A category B1 aircraft maintenance licence shall permit the holder to issue certificates of release to service following maintenance, including aircraft structure, powerplant and mechanical and electrical systems. Replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability, shall also be included in the privileges. Category B1 shall automatically include the appropriate A subcategory", "A category B2 aircraft maintenance licence shall permit the holder to issue certificates of release to service following maintenance on avionic and electrical systems").

    Category C (Base Maintenance Engineer): Basic C category license + Type Training (Line & Base Maintenance i.a.w. ATA 104 Level III for the first Type Rating and ATA 104 Level I training for subsequent Aircraft Types of similar technology, otherwise Level III training) + Company Certification Authorization ("A category C aircraft maintenance licence shall permit the holder to issue certificates of release to service following base maintenance on aircraft. The privileges apply to the aircraft in its entirety in a Part-145 organisation").

    وهابعت اسامي الكتب



    Module 1 – Mathematics

    Module 2 – Physics

    Module 3 – Electrical Fundamentals

    Module 4 – Electronic Fundamentals

    Module 5 – Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems

    Module 6 – Materials & Hardware

    Module 7 – Maintenance Practices

    Module 8 – Basic Aerodynamics

    Module 9 – Human Factors

    Module 10 – Aviation Legislation

    Module 11 – Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures And Systems

    Module 12 – Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures And Systems

    Module 13 – Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures And Systems

    Module 14 – Propulsion

    Module 15 – Gas Turbine Engine

    Module 16 – Piston Engine

    Module 17 – Propeller

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    تم توجيه الدعوه لمشرفنا الفاضل ....... محب الله و رسوله

    Easa part 66 .... لقسم الطيران ؟

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    Airworthiness: An Introduction to Aircraft Certification; A Guide to JAA, EASA & FAA

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    أشكر اخي الكريم محب الله ورسوله علي مجهوده الجميل جدا

    في المكتبه الهندسيه

    والذي يشهد له جميع الاعضاء

    مع الشكر والتقدير

    لكن ليست هذه الا مقدمه لتعريف المهندسين بال Easa & FAA & JAA

    انتظر مساعدات الاخوه المهندسين ربما كان احد منهم في دوله اوربيه

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    مهندس طيران فى اوروبا

    السلام عليكم .. الاخ الكريم الذى يسأل إذا كان احد فى الاتحاد الاوربى الان .. اخى الكريم انا لان فى لاتفيا و بدرس Aircrafts System Technical Maintenance or Aircrafts
    Avionic System Technical Maintenance فى معهد طيران فى ريغا ... راسلنى ماذا تريد ..

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