Application for initial issue / revalidation / renewal of an aircraft maintenance licence (Part-66 AML)

This procedure applies to applications for the initial issue, an amendment to and/or the renewal of a Part-66 aircraft maintenance licence.

Applications must be sent to the Directorate of Civil Aviation (Direction de l'Aviation Civile – DAC).

Who is concerned

All applicants who wish to obtain, amend or renew an aircraft maintenance licence.

Prerequisites

To apply for a licence, applicants must:

  • have passed the required theoretical knowledge exam, if applicable;
  • have completed the practical training course stipulated by the "Part-145" approved maintenance organisation Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 of the Commission of 26 November 2014;
  • have a recommendation letter from their "Part-145" approved maintenance organisation.

Costs

Applicants must pay the applicable fees, stating the reference of the item as it appears on the price list.

The corresponding amount must be paid to the bank account of the Luxembourg Aviation Safety Agency S.A. (Agence Luxembourgeoise pour la Sécurité Aérienne – ALSA). This amount is non-refundable unless the applicant submits a duly justified request.

Applicants must include proof of payment with their application.

Account holder: ALSA S.A.
IBAN: LU77 0019 3655 1997 3000
BIC: BCEE LULL
Reference: Exam reference information (see table)

Procedure

Reference

Amount due (in EUR)

Issue of a licence

26-a

191

Amendment to/renewal of a licence

26-b

81

How to proceed

Filing an application

Applicants must send the corresponding form by post or email to the Directorate of Civil Aviation.

Supporting documents

Initial issue of a Part-66 AML licence without type rating

The following documents must be submitted to the DAC:

  • a copy of the applicant's identity card; and
  • their "certificate of residence"; and
  • a certificate of recognition of the basic training course (EASA Form 148), issued after 1 August 2012, or an equivalent certificate; or
  • for applicants who have completed training in an organisation or institution recognised by their competent authority as a competent organisation or institution, a relevant training completion certificate deemed acceptable by the DAC; or
  • a certificate of recognition issued by the DAC.

Practical-experience requirements:

  • a copy of the practical experience logbook deemed acceptable by the DAC;
  • the confirmation letter from the Part-145 organisation.

Applicants are required to have passed the training courses and exams within the 10 years preceding the application for an aircraft maintenance licence or the addition of a category or subcategory to said licence.

Amendment specifying a type rating

The following documents must be submitted to the DAC:

  • a copy of the applicant's identity card;
  • their "certificate of residence";
  • a copy of the current aircraft maintenance licence;
  • a certificate of recognition (EASA Form 149) for the type training and exam;
  • for the first (sub)category of type rating: a copy of the on-the-job-training (OJT) logbook deemed acceptable by the DAC;
  • the confirmation letter from the Part-145 organisation.

Applicants must have begun and completed their OJT within the 3 years preceding the submission of the type rating application.

It is also possible to combine the initial application with a type rating endorsement. In this case, the requirements for both must be met.

Amendment for the addition of a (sub)category

The following documents must be submitted to the DAC:

  • a copy of the applicant's identity card; and
  • their "certificate of residence"; and
  • a copy of the current aircraft maintenance licence;
  • a certificate of recognition of the basic training course (EASA Form 148), issued after 1 August 2012, or an equivalent certificate; or
  • for applicants who have completed the training course in an organisation or institution recognised by their competent authority as a competent organisation or institution: a relevant training completion certificate deemed acceptable by the DAC; or
  • a certificate of recognition issued by the DAC.

Practical-experience requirements:

  • a copy of the practical experience logbook deemed acceptable by the DAC;
  • the confirmation letter from the Part-145 organisation.

Applicants are required to have passed the training courses and exams within the 10 years preceding the application for an aircraft maintenance licence or the addition of a category or subcategory to said licence.

Renewal

The following documents must be submitted to the DAC:

  • a copy of the applicant's identity card;
  • their "certificate of residence";
  • a copy of the current aircraft maintenance licence.

Forms / Online services

Application for initial / amendment of / renewal of PART-66 aircraft maintenance licence (AML) (Form 320-19)

To complete your application, the information about you collected from this form needs to be processed by the public administration concerned.

That information is kept by the administration in question for as long as it is required to achieve the purpose of the processing operation(s).

Your data will be shared with other public administrations that are necessary for the processing of your application. For details on which departments will have access to the data on this form, please contact the public administration you are filing your application with.

Under the terms of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, you have the right to access, rectify or, where applicable, remove any information relating to you. You are also entitled to withdraw your consent at any time.

Additionally, unless the processing of your personal data is compulsory, you may, with legitimate reasons, oppose the processing of such data.

If you wish to exercise these rights and/or obtain a record of the information held about you, please contact the administration in question using the contact details provided on the form. You are also entitled to file a claim with the National Commission for Data Protection (Commission nationale pour la protection des données), headquartered at 15, boulevard du Jazz L-4370 Belvaux.

By submitting your application, you agree that your personal data may be processed as part of the application process.

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