Apply for the AMEL training program at Aviation Training Hub

Pursue a license that will qualify you for placement across the globe

Candidates for admission to Category B1 and B2 License must meet one of the following criteria:

Qualification Minimum %
Matric (Science) 50
FSc (Pre-Eng) 50
DAE 50
O Level/IGCSE 50 (Equivalence)
GCE/A Level 50 (Equivalence)

Age Limit: Minimum 16-years

What you’ll need to bring to the test:

1. Three passport-size photographs

2. SSC / FSC / O Levels / A Levels Marksheet (Photocopy)

3. Copy of C-NIC / B-Form

Entry to this program requires you to sit an entry test in Mathematics, Physics and English. The test will be taken on SSC/O-level syllabus and based on MCQs. A candidate can come with his/her parents to attend a presentation on the course and can ask questions and attend a campus tour of classes, labs, hangar and hostel facilities.

After the Entry Test results are announced, as a prospective candidate, you meet with the Admissions Team to submit any documents requested by the Admissions Office. During the application process, the Admissions Office may request additional documents to complete the assessment of your application. Once you receive your offer letter, you will be required to pay the Admission Fee to secure a seat in the EASA program. An applicant is considered enrolled in the EASA program as soon as the full tuition fees is paid.

At ATH the cost of the entire EASA program is competitively set at PKR 1.5 Million. 
ATH believes in transparency and does not levy any hidden fee. The following fee are covered :

Aviation Training Hub’s FEE

FEE Type Fee Details Amount
Admission Fee (One Time Payable at the time of admission 115,000/-
Tuition Fee Quarterly (3 Months) 66,000/-

International EASA Examination FEE

Exams Registration Fee (One TIme Payable at the time of Admission which is valid for 10 Years) 30,000/-
Exam Per Paper Fee (Pay before one month of Each Exam) 23,000/-

Practical Experience (Mandatory)

Training Fee Per Month Payable when training starts 7000/-

*On-Job-Training (OJT) is the field experience that is mandatory for the acquisition of the EASA license.

Our EASA licensed graduates work at renowned flying clubs, airline operators and MROs in Pakistan and internationally. They are mostly employed within engineering departments and quality departments. Remember, the Aviation industry is rapidly growing in a globalized world.

Most Aircraft Maintenance Engineers work at Airlines, Maintenance Repair & Overhaul Organizations, Aircraft Manufacturing Companies, Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies, Aircraft Operation Organizations, Flying Clubs, Aviation Training Centers and Army Aviation and Airforce.

At ATH, we follow international practice and standards. As per aviation regulatory requirements, we enroll a maximum of 28 students in a batch.

The EASA program is instructed by ATH under IST’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

B1 is an EASA license certification for aircraft structure and engines (Mechanical).
B2 is an EASA license certification for aircrafts avionics systems (Electrical).

The working sectors where an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer can do work:

  • Airlines
  • Maintenance
  • Aircraft Manufacturing Companies
  • Aircraft Part Manufacturing Companies
  • Aircraft Operation Organizations
  • Flying Clubs
  • Aviation Training Centers
  • Army Aviation and Airforce


And any place where an aircraft is used in civil: Wherever aircraft are used, they require to be maintained by authorized Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

To apply for an EASA B1 license, the student must pass 16 EASA papers (13 Mcqs and 3 Essays).

To apply for an EASA B2 license, the student must pass 15 EASA papers (12 Mcqs and 3 Essays).

Yes, separate on-campus hostel facilities for both boys and girls are available. Students are encouraged to apply at the earliest as these services are available on a first come first serve basis.

Yes, the Institute provides transport facilities on request. Students are encouraged to query at the time of admissions.

The EASA program is very academic. Students must secure a minimum of 75% marks in each module.

Prospective students must have attained a minimum of 50% marks in Matric/O-levels or 50% marks in Fsc/A-levels. Additionally, prospective students must secure 60% marks in the Entry Test.

Yes, an EASA license holder can work and certify aircrafts in Pakistan after passing PCAA legislation requirements.

ATH promotes co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. We welcome you to be a part of the ATH team and be involved in promoting a healthy student life through ATH Student Affairs.

Apply Now for the European Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program Aptitude Test!

The AMEL is a 3 year EASA-certified, skill-based training program that lands you a placement in the world’s leading airlines directly after graduation.

Interested candidates can come in every Thursday to attend informative seminars on the course and get answers to FAQs. In addition to the 40 min test, students can also benefit from a campus tour to observe classrooms, labs, The Hangar and hostel facilities.

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