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Packages Available : Full Time
Duration : Theory: 2 Year
Practical Training: 1 Year
Commencement : November 2020

This exciting program is the singular route to becoming a professional Aeronautical Engineer. The title 'Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer' comes with an Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) which is a MUST for the aspiring Aeronautical Engineer.

The internationally accepted & recognised AML is the most powerful tool and a guaranteed pathway to a successful career as a hands-on Aeronautical Engineer.

Based on the EASA part 66 syllabus, the licence is issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL), a globally recognised body under the ICAO.

Main aspects of the course :

  • Safety
  • Aviation Theory
  • Legislation
  • Human Limitations
  • Industrial Training
    • Non-destructive testing
    • Identification of metals
  • Practical Training
    • General Engineering
    • Aircraft Line Maintenance
  • CAASL written Exams

Topics covered in the course :

Module Number Module Name Mechanical - B1.2 Avionics - B2
1 Mathematics X X
2 Physics X X
3 Electrical Fundamentals X X
4 Electronic Fundamentals X X
5 Digital Techniques X X
6 Materials & Hardware X X
7 Maintenance Practices X X
8 Basic Aerodynamics X X
9 Human Factors X X
10 Air Legislation X X
11B Structures & Systems X  
16 Piston Engines X  
17 Propellers X  
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Engineering Wings:
Wings are awarded to the cadet Aeronautical Engineer at the at the commencement of his/her AML



For those who wish to also obtain an internationally recognised degree in addition to the Aircraft Maintenance Licence, Skyline Aviation offers the BSc (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, in collaboration with the University of South Wales.

Building on your existing knowledge of the aircraft maintenance sector, this top-up course combines academic and practical study allowing you to gain a full British Bachelor’s qualification in one year. 
This top-up course is ideal for individuals who may have already followed the Aircraft Maintenance Licence (AML) course or have an EASA Part-66 certification, relevant HND, or equivalent qualification.
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