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A&P Licensing Quick Guide


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


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.


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


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


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?


You Have Now Earned Your A&P License !

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