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Part-66 Basic Modules

When referring to “Basic Modules,” the term pertains to the subject modules outlined in Appendix I of Annex III (Part-66) of Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014. An individual applying for an aircraft maintenance license (AML) must demonstrate a sufficient level of knowledge in these subjects through examination.

In essence, basic modules encompass the areas in which one must acquire proficiency in order to become a certified aircraft technician.

Basic modules list

Select a module to view further details:

M01

Mathematics

M02

Physics

M03

Electrical fundamentals

M04

Electronic fundamentals

M05

Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems

M06

Materials and hardware

M07

Maintenance practices

M08

Basic aerodynamics

M09

Human factors

M10

Aviation legislation

M11

Turbine aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems

M12

Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems

M13

Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems

M14

Propulsion

M15

Gas turbine engine

M16

Piston engine

M17

Propeller

Basic Modules applicability

All AML categories require the applicant to demonstrate knowledge in a specific number of modules. To better illustrate this, certain modules are further divided into submodules based on their applicability to each category.

For example, AML Cat B3 is required to demonstrate knowledge in module M07B, whereas for all other categories, the relevant module is M07A.

View applicability by AML category

  • M01
  • M02
  • M03
  • M04
  • M05
  • M06
  • M07A
  • M07B
  • M08
  • M09A
  • M09B
  • M10
  • M11A
  • M11B
  • M11C
  • M12
  • M13
  • M14
  • M15
  • M16
  • M17A
  • M17B

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