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A&P Licensing Quick Guide

1

Have Your Interview With An FAA Inspector

Obtain a letter of experience from your employer and any supporting documents, log books, etc. Licensing requirements can be viewed on FAR 65

2

Have Your Interview With An FAA Inspector

Book an interview with the FAA inspector by contacting the FSDO office, and obtain the authorisation and form 8610-2. Permission to test.

3

Obtain an FTN number

Before booking any Exams for your Airframe and powerplant (A&P) written exams, you must hold an FAA Tracking Number (FTN)

Find out how to get your FTN number

4

book Your Written Exams

Book your written examinations via PSI exam centres

Click the link to find out how to book your written exams with PSI exam center

5

Book Your Oral Exam

Book your Oral and Practical exam with a Registered Designated Mechanic Examiner (DME)

Click to find out what a registered DME is and why they are important?

Congratulations!

You Have Now Earned Your A&P License !

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