Aircraft Repairs At An FAA Certified Repair Station
Most people would not take their vehicles to mechanics who are not certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) or a similar organization. You should treat repairs on your airplane in the same manner. That’s why it’s important that you take it to an FAA certified repair station whenever work has to be done.
Aircraft repair facilities must go through a rigorous application and inspection process that ensures that the mechanics working on planes are qualified for the job and follow all required safety regulations. It may be tempting to have a buddy who was a mechanic in the Air Force to repair your plane, but the question remains. Does your friend take continuing education courses and keep up with all of the latest procedures?
At an FAA certified repair station, you are assured of getting the best possible service for your aircraft. Flying T Repair Station has provided premiere repairs and preventive maintenance for more than 35 years, continually meeting FAA regulations and updated safety issues. The FAA issues certificates to facilities meeting these requirements and star ratings that further define the expertise of mechanics and the repair station as a whole. Additionally, repair facilities can receive supplemental certificates denoting specialty repair competence.
Flying T Repair Station offers FAA certified repair in all key areas, including aircraft engine changes, painting, reskinning, wing repair, flight control and rebuild and gear up landing repair. We are also a trusted facility for repairs on insurance claims. Contact us for information on how we can provide unparalled preventive maintenance and repair for your aircraft.