Part-66 Licenses

The current deadline for processing files is 60 working days . Every effort is being made to shorten it over the next few months.

 

New applications

In line with EU regulations, the Belgian CAA can only meet the obligations linked to the function of Competent Authority for the issuance of EASA Part-66 licenses, for individuals who are holder of a EU passport / ID card or based in the EU/EASA-territory. Applications from other individuals can’t be treated.

All persons requesting an initial EASA Part-66 license in Belgium and not holding a Belgian ID/ passport are required to pick up the license at our offices at the following address:

Vooruitgangstraat 56,

1210 Brussels,

Belgium.

You will be informed when your license is ready, after which an appointment can be made to arrange for the pick-up.

To avoid problems and discussions about delivering your current license, we ask you to send it as registered mail and to send the proof therefrom together with your application, like described hereafter. Also, always make a full copy of your license, before sending it for an amendement to your license.

New requests will be made digitally in the following way:

 

  • requests will be made with the following documents, in separate pdf-files, and titled as follows:

aaa_Form 19

always

aaa_Passport

always

aaa_Basic Knowledge

for each category

aaa_Basic Experience(*)

for each category

aaa_Training AR

for each aircraft type rating

aaa_OJT (mandatory for Group 1 aircraft) (**)

for the first aircraft type rating per category (dependent on aircraft group)

aaa_Proof_of_registered_mail

preferably always

 

aaa will be:

 

  • the existing license number, or
  • the word new + birthday ‘ddmmyyyy

 

Examples:

  • BE000111_Form 19.pdf
  • new_25011985_Form 19.pdf

 

(*) We expect you to demonstrate basic experience through a logbook as in our example. Other logbooks may be used if they contain at least the same information as in our example.

(**) For the aircraft ratings of 'Group 1 aircraft' OJT is mandatory. This OJT must be approved by us.

 

 

Sending of modified Licenses

Licenses within Europe will be shipped by regular mail. For shipments outside of Europe, you will be asked to provide an Airwaybill once the license is ready for shipment. 

Initial licenses need to be picked-up in our offices.

 

If you have questions

  • Aircraft maintenance licences (Part-66)

FAQ

part66@mobilit.fgov.be

 +32 (0)2 277 43 71 – any business day from 10:00 till 12:00.

 

Federal Public Service Mobility and Transport
Belgian Civil Aviation Authority
Technical Direction
Rue du Progrès/Vooruitgangstraat 56
1210 Brussels