Gear-up Landing Repair
Sometimes having a gear-up landing is unavoidable. There are a number of reasons for a gear-up landing and the destruction left in its wake is a reason for concern about your plane. Most gear-up landings result in cosmetic damage, but did structural damage happen this time?
When considering someone for a gear-up landing repair job you want to consider all of your options. Here are some things to look for when choosing the right company to take care of your plane.
- Do they have current FAA certification? A FAA certified repairman will be up-to-date with the most current safety regulations and will make sure that the repair work preformed is up to code.
- Is the company trustworthy? Check to make sure that they are putting quality parts on your plane and not trying to cut corners with cheaply made or refurbished parts. Will they do a thorough examination? Your life is in their hands.
- Are they competitively priced? All repair shops stay in business by making a profit, but if you think that something is way over or under priced, do some research and make sure that someone isn’t taking advantage of your situation.
- Do they know how important log books are? Your log book is extremely important and one wrong slip up could cost you later. The integrity and value of your plane is at stake. Make sure they give your log book the attention it deserves, as well as the proper certification documents to state your plane has a clean bill of health.
Your search for finding the right company to care for your plane ends at the Flying T Repair Station. Contact us to get you back in the air.