Pathway to EASA Category B License

The chart below illustrates a typical pathway to obtain an EASA Category B license through a full-time, 2-year approved course provided by Air Service Training. Please note that a student that has completed the course and examinations will have to obtain a 2-year work experience at a Part 145 approved maintenance organisation, before applying for […]


How to become a qualified aircraft engineer

This brief is provided as an introduction to anyone interested in a career as an aircraft engineer through courses offered at Air Service Training (AST) in Perth, Scotland. EASA IR Part 66: The European Aviation Safety Agency Implementing Rule Part 66 is an aviation regulation that defines the conditions under which a maintenance engineer is […]