Topic outline

  • General

    • Subscribe on www.EASA66.com HowTo

      Go to www.EASA66.com , go to Login , Create an account & you will get a confirmation email.
      The confirmation email comes immediately, if not, check your spam directory!
      Click on the confirmation email and you are logged in on www.EASA66.com
      Next is to select a module. Click on the module and it leads you to paypal, which opens the module immediately!


    • How the www.EASA66.com training works!

      Here is what you are getting when you buy a module!

      In the modules is the entire syllabus which you should use as study guide!
      There is enough reference material, where you can lookup things you do not know/understand. - You do not need to buy any books at all!
      You can also ask in case you do not understand a subject!
      There are the entire sub-modules with some infos and exam questions for each subject, you can practice the sub-modules. One of the High-Lights are the "Brainstorm Files" where you are learning essentials that will appear in any exam by heart.  
      There is a "final exam" which is using exam questions from a huge data-base, and changing exam questions each attempt.
      You practice those until you are getting 3 times 90%, and you will master your exam

      • Getting a B1.1 licence

        Here is a quick run down of how to get your B1 licence!

        You register for modules 1,2,3,4 & 5, study about 6 weeks and when you oversee your study task you register for example for the 
        UK-CAA International exams or London... or other exam places See also exams posted here!
        After the exam you continue with modules 6,7, 9,10 and essays for module 7,9&10 and register in time for the next exam.
        Last exam trip is for modules 8,11, 15 &17.
        While studying you fill out your own work experience log by picking some samples of the Swiss Experience logbook!
        You can use also previous (e.g. last five years) EASA part 145 work tasks on airplanes  (Computer print outs or Log pages) for
        your logbook. In case of your work experience has been gained outside of the EU, please check with the UK-CAA  or as applicable if they are accepting your work experinece.
        When you have everything completed, you apply for the licence on EASA form 19 at the UK-CAA!





        • Getting a B2 licence

          Here is a quick run down of how to get your B2 licence!

          You register for modules 1,2,3,4 & 5, study about 6 weeks and when you oversee your study task you register for example for the 
          UK-CAA International exams or London... or other exam places See also exams posted here!
          After the exam you continue with modules 6,7, 9,10 and essays for module 7,9&10 and register in time for the next exam.
          Last exam trip is for modules 8,13 &14.
          While studying you fill out your own work experience log by picking some samples of the Swiss Experience logbook!
          You can use also previous (e.g. last five years) EASA part 145 work tasks on airplanes  (Computer print outs or Log pages) for your logbook. 
          When you have everything completed, you apply for the licence on EASA form 19 at the UK-CAA!