Author: Darrell Meunier


Time to upgrade!

It’s time for an upgrade! Whether brakes and wheels from our partners at Beringer Aero, as Ryder is installing, or Jet Shades LLC sunshades, interiors and more we’re ready to upgrade your airplane.

Call us to schedule your aircraft upgrade at 863-606-5757 or through our website.

The Quality You Need

Exemplifying our commitment to quality and attention to detail and workmanship in every job,

Steve and Joseph are attending to this beautiful Cirrus.

We apply the same standards whether here at our facility on KLAL or at your location in response to

an AOG situation. If you need AOG support, please call us at 863-606-5757.

Ashleigh joins the team

The newest addition to our team is Ashleigh, our latest A&P. She has quickly fit in with our team, sharing our commitment to quality work and excellent customer service. Welcome aboard, Ashleigh.

A musical break

A break at lunch time, with Brett on guitar, Ami at work, and Cole enjoying the music.


Not only does Ami run the front office, but on Fridays she also makes sure we’re well-fed.

Today, we had burgers and hot dogs.

New member of the team.

We have a new member of the Fixed Wing Aviation Maintenance team, Ashleigh, seen here working with John.

Is winter here?

It feels like winter here at KLAL, so the jackets and knit caps come out as Steve gives guidance on electrical work.

We have high standards

Working together as a team to the highest standards is key to our top-quality aircraft maintenance and customer service. Attention to detail and coordinated effort are crucial to maintaining our excellent reputation.

Attention to detail

Our reputation for providing high-quality services and excellent customer support is a direct outcome of the dedication, focus, and attention to detail displayed by all of our team members. This is exemplified by Daniel as he carries out a fuel system repair on this Cirrus.

To schedule a service or repair for your own aircraft please contact us at 863-606-5757 or


A little follow-up here: The Cessna TTx has its wings. Much work yet to do before it gets airborne again, but our team will get it there.