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    The FCC was a requirement for Northwest employment, and might be for Delta

    They used to have a class by the NWA guys to pass it in DTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    Since this thread is already here I'll ask my question here.
    As an A&P mechanic, is it worth it to get the FCC licence for avionics?
    The replies I get from people I know are really mixed, so I'd like to get more input.
    Well I get higher pay as an A&P with it or should I just continue focusing on my A&P experience.
    You never have a second chance, to make a first impression

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    Saw this over the weekend
    FAA accepts AEA's petition to recognize AET certification
    LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI, Jan. 7, 2019 -- In response to an October 2018 petition by the Aircraft Electronics Association, the Federal Aviation Administration has formally recognized ASTM's National Center for Aerospace and Transportation Technologies (NCATT) Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET) certification as equivalent to formal training when showing eligibility for the issuance of a repairman certificate.
    As a result of the petition, NCATT AET certification plus one additional NCATT avionics endorsement is now considered equivalent to completing formal training that is acceptable to the administrator as required by the regulations.
    Well, it looks like it is good for something now, if you were looking for a repairman certificate. Otherwise, not as yet.

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