This amendment takes the specific requirements of the Emergency Locator Transmitters standard as specified in AWM Chapter 537 and incorporates them into AWM Chapter 551.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the licensed qualification of AME. For the role in general, see Aircraft maintenance.
An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME), also Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME or L- AME), is a licensed person who carries out and certifies aircraft maintenance. The license is widespread internationally and is recognised by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). The American FAA recognise the qualification in foreign countries but refer to it as Aviation Maintenance Engineer rather than "Aircraft..".Countries which issue or recognize AME licenses internally include; Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, India, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and much of Asia.The American equivalent of an AME is an aircraft maintenance technician (AMT), also known as an A& P.Up until 1. Type I and Type II Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) licences were distinguished. In 1. 99. 8 ICAO replaced these by a single AME licence.In 2. Canadian AME and the US A& P (AMT) was further revised, through a Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA) between the US and Canada.Australia and New ZealandIn Australia and New Zealand a basic AME license holder may carry out maintenance work, while the license for also carrying out inspections is the "Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer".United KingdomIn Australia and New Zealand a basic AME license holder may carry out maintenance work, while the license for also carrying out inspections is the "Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer".
AME - Licensed Without Type Rating" (AME- LWTR). The UK system also defines aircraft type endorsements and differentiations for the level and scope of work including "line maintenance", "overhaul" and "base maintenance".See alsoReferences^ ab. ICAO Personnel Licensing FAQ. December 2. 01. 5)^ abc. FAA Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook - General, Chapter 1.
Part V - Airworthiness Manual Chapter 566 - Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) Licensing and Training.
Publications, Forms, and Records, Page 1. CFR Part 4. 3 вЂ” Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, Rebuilding, and Alteration, В§4. Maintenance, preventive maintenance, or alterations performed on U. S. aeronautical products by certain Canadian persons: "This section was significantly revised in 2.
Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA) between the United States and Canada. The two countries have enjoyed a long and professional relationship with respect to reciprocal aviation maintenance activity. This section of part 4. Aviation Maintenance Engineer (AME is the Canadian equivalent to the U. S. A& P) may do to maintain U. S.- registered aircraft located in Canada.
It also provides similar limitations for an Approved Maintenance Organization. AMO is the Canadian equivalent to the U. S.- certified repair stations.)"^Transport Canada (July 2. Canadian Aviation Regulations Part IV вЂ“ Personnel Licensing and Training вЂ“ Subpart 3 вЂ“ Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licences and Ratings".
Retrieved 2. 2 February 2. Transport Canada (July 2. Part V вЂ“ Airworthiness Manual Chapter 5. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) Licensing and Training".
Retrieved 2. 2 February 2. Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand; How to be An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, 1. AMROBA discussion document, 2.
The vast majority of [Asian] countries have вЂadoptedвЂ™ the European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) Part 6. AME) licensing and training requirements.".