European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has set benchmark standards in aviation safety, which are adopted worldwide by all the major aviation airworthiness regulators. EASA regulations are approved & accepted by 28 European Union member states whose National Aviation Authorities (NAA) have been authorized to grant Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance License after issuance of which an aircraft maintenance personal gets authorized to certify & issue “Certificate of Release to Service” (CRS) to an Aircraft for operation. The training of the enrolled candidates in an EASA approved Part 147 organization is based on rigid standards laid in EASA Part 66 aircraft maintenance training curriculum. We at IIA group provide you approved & worldwide accepted Aircraft Maintenance Training at its best aircraft maintenance engineering college in India, which is EASA approved. Indian Institute of Aeronautics (IIA) Delhi is an AME college & has been assigned worthwhile to yield the best AME professional.
EASA mandates that the license is ascertained in short duration to those aspirants who are trained under authorized & approved EASA Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO).
An EASA Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation function under the standards laid down by the parliament of the European Union and pronounced the eligibility criteria as:
These guidelines are to be strictly adhered to for enrollment in an EASA approved institute in India. Indian Institute of Aeronautics (IIA) is the oldest and the best aircraft maintenance college in India. If you are passionate and focussed to become an AME, come to join IIA the top ranked AME College in India.