B1 or B1/B2 EASA 66 Licensed Aircraft Engineer Bangalore and Mumbai, India

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B1 Licensed engineer

SmartLynx Technik is looking for experienced EASA66 licensed B1, B1/B2 engineers for our Bangalore and Mumbai stations to perform line maintenance on our A320 aircraft.

We offer flexibility that suits you best. You can opt for a Service Agreement with your LTD or consider an agency contract, whichever aligns with your preferences. Contract duration of 12 months with possibility of extending.


  • Valid EASA Part-66 AML with B1 or B1/B2 category;
  • Type rating on Airbus A320 CEO (work on A321 P2F version);
  • Valid certificates for Human Factors, FTS lev2, and EWIS group 4 minimum and copy of type training certificate;
  • At least 6 months of relevant experience on types in the last two years in the scope of specialization;
  • Quality statements and references attesting experience in Line Maintenance on types;
  • Relevant pages of personal experience log logbook;
  • Category B driving license;
  • Indian Visa and airport pass will be considered as an advantage.


  • We provide flexibility that best suits your needs. You can choose between a service agreement with your LTD or consider an agency contract, depending on your preferences;
  • The contract has a duration of 12 months with the option to extend;
  • Rotation: 14 days on, 14 days off (including travel dates), longer rotations available if preferred, for local residents 7/7;
  • Daily fee from 450EUR-550EUR;
  • 5-star hotel accommodation with three meals a day included (breakfast, lunch, dinner);
  • Flight coverage for the beginning and end of each rotation;
  • Local transportation is provided to/from the workplace;
  • Full assistance and coverage of VISA and administrative costs. Ideally, you have an Indian VISA and security clearance for an airport pass;
  • AIG international travel insurance is active while on duty for ex-pats;
  • Uniforms provided by the company;
  • Birthday Gift Card;
  • Lunch is provided at the station during shifts.