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About rahalroxz

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  1. rahalroxz

    Aircraft Maintenance Engineer - Moving to Australia

    thank you for your reply information here is really helpful I will search more about this list and contact a migration agent too. I can't believe why they removed such a competitive field from the SOL, however hopefully they will consider about bringing it back. best of luck with your plans
  2. rahalroxz

    Aircraft Maintenance Engineer - Moving to Australia

    Shugah, Thank you for your reply I know it's the best option. But I have to be very careful when finding an agent. hope you can understand what I'm trying to say That's why I'm trying to get an idea first and the try one of them. It's always better to walk in with facts in your hand
  3. Hello I'm new to this forum & please excuse me if I'm posting something discussed earlier. I'm a Sri Lankan citizen. I've completed my higher studies in UK in the field of EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineering ( B1 Mechanical). This is not a degree however the main requirement to obtain the Aircraft Engineer's Licence. The certificate is issued and recognized by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and after minimum of 2 year of work experience I'll be eligible to apply for the Aircraft Engineers Licence. Currently I'm working at Sri Lankan airlines as an aircraft technician. I've now gained work experience of 1 year. Here's the matter ..... I was so interested to move to Australia after I got sufficient work experience. However unfortunately the New SOL does not consist Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. I'd be really greatful if someone could tell me about the other options available to me to move to Australia once I've gained enough experience. Thanks in advance