Friday, April 22, 2016

Continued validity of AME


                   (a) The aircraft maintenance engineer’s licence becomes invalid after five years of its last issue or renewal, unless the holder submits his/her aircraft maintenance engineer’s licence to the DGCA, in order to verify the information contained in the licence is the same as that contained in the DGCA records, pursuant to point 66. B. 120.
                  (b) The holder of an aircraft maintenance engineer’s licence shall complete the CA Form  19-03( Refer Appendix-V ) and submit it with the holder’s copy of the licence to the DGCA, unless the holder works in a maintenance organization approved in accordance with CAR 145 that has a procedure in its exposition where by such organisation may submit the necessary documentation on behalf of the aircraft maintenance engineer’s licence holder. 
                  (c) Any certification privileges based upon an aircraft maintenance engineer’s 
licence becomes invalid as soon as the aircraft maintenance engineer’s licence is invalid. 
                  (d) The aircraft maintenance engineer’s licence is only valid when issued and/or changed by DGCA and when the holder has signed the document. 


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