EASA Part-66 Training B1

A category B1 aircraft maintenance license permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service following any scheduled and unscheduled maintenance (line, base, modifications) and defect rectification tasks performed on aircraft structure, power plant, mechanical, electrical, limited on avionic systems. This license applies for airplane turbine, airplane piston, helicopter turbine and helicopter piston.
The category B1 License includes the corresponding A category.


The training subjects that a candidate has to attend in order to become a Licensed Aircraft Mechanic are divided into the following modules according to the European Aviation Legislation requirements:

Module 1. Mathematics
Module 2. Physics
Module 3. Electrical Fundamentals
Module 4. Electronic Fundamentals
Module 5. Digital Techniques in Electronic Instrument Systems
Module 6. Materials and Hardware
Module 7. Maintenance Practices
Module 8. Basic Aerodynamics
Module 9. Human Factors
Module 10. Aviation Legislation
Module 11. Turbine Airplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems (for B1.1 only)
Module 12. Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
Module 15. Gas Turbine Engine (for B1.1 only)
Module 16. Piston Engines
Module 17. Propeller (for B1.1 only)


FSTC Europe has established practical workshops in order to comply with the practical training requirements.

The workshops are equipped with machine and sheet metal shop equipment, actual aircraft parts, a real aircraft,  a complete turbine engine, test and calibration units and generally anything that will support customer training needs and students’ practical skill built up. Practical training will also be conducted on actual aircrafts.


FSTC Europe is working closely with maintenance organisations and technological institutions, so we are able to provide the complete one stop practical training shop to meet all EASA legislated training requirements and thus supporting customer’s training needs and students’ practical skill built up.