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independent Rotax Maintenance Technician (iRMT)
  
Questions and Answers

 

What is an iRMT?
• An iRMT is an Aircraft Maintenance Technician with a Rotax “Endorsement” or “Rating”

 

Why become an iRMT?
• Listing on our “Find an iRMT” database brings customers to your door.
• Gives A&P’s the FAA required experience and training to work on Rotax powered LSA and certified aircraft.

 

Who should be an iRMT?
• Technicians wanting to increase their customer base to include the Rotax powered aircraft.
• A&P/AME/AI/ Light Sport Repairman wanting to meet the requirements of the FAR 65.107 sub (d) for
  pre-requisite experience in specific maintenance tasks.
• FBO technicians who see the increasing LSA market as an opportunity to promote their facility as a high
  tech business.
• LSA OEM technicians who want to provide better service to their customers
• LSA importers who want to provide better service to their customers.

 

How to become an iRMT?
If you meet the following requirements you can receive the iRMT Certificate with the appropriate rating shown:

 

“Maintenance” rating:
• Current holder of a license or certificate issued by your countries Aviation Authority.  Or a Light Sport
  Repairman Certificate holder.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Service course.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Maintenance course.

 

“Heavy Maintenance” Rating:
• Current holder of an A&P/AI/AME license or equivalent license issued by your countries Aviation Authority.
  Or a Light Sport Repairman certificate holder.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Service course.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Maintenance course.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Heavy Maintenance course.
• Proof of adequate technical experience to a level deemed appropriate to support the rating.
• Letter of recommendation from an Authorized independent Rotax Maintenance Technician (iRMT) with
  "Overhaul Rating" or Authorized Rotax Technical Instructor (RTI).

 

“Overhaul” Rating:
• Current holder of an A&P/AI/AME license or equivalent license issued by your countries Aviation Authority.
  Or a Light Sport Repairman certificate holder.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Service course.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Maintenance course.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Heavy maintenance course.
• Successful completion of an Authorized Overhaul course.
• Proof of adequate technical experience to a level deemed appropriate to support the rating.
• Letter of recommendation from an Authorized independent Rotax Maintenance Technician (iRMT) with
  "Overhaul Rating" or Authorized Rotax Technical Instructor (RTI).