You’ll find we’re a capable organisation with a highly professional outlook and a down-to-earth approach, approved to handle virtually all light aircraft including twin-engine models such as the Piper Seneca, Beechcraft Duchess and Diamond DA42. We also maintain helicopters, with specialist expertise in Schweizer and Robinson.
It’s a measure of our efficiency and competitiveness that we maintain aircraft for many of the UK’s top flight schools, for whom a practical and efficient approach to maintenance is essential.
You’ll find we’re a highly professional team with service-oriented outlook, geared to meeting the exact needs of our different customers—whether commercial or private.
We understand the different requirements of our customers, whether commercial operators such as flying schools, or private owners. We work hard to make maintenance and repairs as painless as possible—using our advanced Winair Express software to maintain technical records and maintenance schedules, pre-ordering or exchanging parts, and arranging pick-up and delivery of aircraft and pilots if required.
Whether manufacturer’s or operator’s schedules—we aim to make repairs as time- and cost-effective as possible for you. For example, we use our advanced software to maintain technical records and maintenance schedules, allowing us to pre-order components or ensure we carry the items in stock ready for a quick turnaround.
We can also arrange the collection and delivery of your aircraft and pilots if required—whatever it takes to maximise your convenience and minimise your time on the ground.
All maintenance is under our EASA Part 145 approval and carried out by licensed engineers and experienced mechanics, so our standards are second to none. But while we take care of quality, we’re careful with your money too, with fixed times for scheduled inspections and all defect work agreed and approved by you. We also have access to a huge number of suppliers throughout the world, which enables us to source the right parts for you at the right price, at the right time.
Our services range from minor defect work and small scheduled inspections, to complete refurbishments and insurance rebuilds. With our highly experienced team, we can handle all sizes of GA aircraft and turbo-props.
You can have complete confidence in our work because of the qualifications and experience of our licensed engineers and aircraft mechanics. Why not call in to see our facilities and meet the team?
We offer highly competitive, fixed times for most scheduled inspections. Throughout the inspection period, we will review any defect work with you. You will receive an e mail detailing the defect and the estimated time to repair. We then give you 24 hours to tell us whether you want us to proceed or not.
Our aim is for you to have a handle on costs throughout the maintenance process—we won’t spend a penny of your money without your approval.
The time and money we’ve invested in advanced software brings huge benefits in efficiency for us and our customers. We can see detailed maintenance records of aircraft under our control in seconds, and so can you. Maintenance requirements are predicted and scheduled in—even taking account of the different dates for aircraft and components. This helps you stay flying, while meeting your maintenance requirements.
As an EASA 145 organisation, we have the tooling, manuals, and training for each aircraft for which we are approved to carry out maintenance, repairs, engine overhauls etc. In GA, we are approved to handle virtually all light aircraft up to and including Piper Aztec / Cessna 410. In turboprops we have approvals to maintain BAe Jetstream J31 and J32, Beechcraft King Air, and the Swearingen / Fairchild Metroliner. We can also handle other aircraft on request, so please contact us with your requirements.
Our EASA 145 Part M Sub-Part G approval means that we are authorised, after a satisfactory inspection of an aircraft, to issue an ARC (Airworthiness Review Certificate), which is an annual requirement. For an owner, a contract with a CAMO makes this a straightforward process.
We can maintain a wide variety of aircraft and equipment, so please call us to talk or request a call-back. Better still—call in and see us. We’re based at the north side of Bournemouth Airport, a large commercial airfield, with long runways and equipped with modern instrument approaches.
EASA Part 145
EASA Part M, Subpart G & I (ARC review)
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