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Aircraft Maintenance

Aircraft Maintenance encompasses a wide array of topics and Williams Aviation Consultants, Inc provides expertise in most of them.  Our vast network of legal experts, aviation accountants, aircraft distributors, aircraft inspectors, heavy maintenance and aircraft modification experts, and rated Airframe and Powerplant specialists make it possible for us to address virtually all Aircraft Maintenance issues.

 

We offer in-depth services relating to 14 CFR, FAR Parts 25 and 33, Airbus 300, 310, 330, 340 heavy Aircraft Maintenance, Boeing 747, 767, 777, 787 heavy Aircraft Maintenance, Corporate Jet Maintenance and Repair, Aircraft In Flight Entertainment Additions and Modifications, Certification Test Plans and Test Set-Ups, Designing and Implementing Repair, Replacement & Refurbishment Centers, Designing, Drawing, and Certifying Report Reviews, Propulsion Systems Engineering and Design, McDonald Douglas MD-11 Propulsion Systems, and Work Scope Planning Guides.

 

Specifically for FAR Part 135 operations, we can staff Director of Aircraft Maintenance positions, Design General Maintenance Manuals, accomplish aircraft acceptance and records inspections, and design training plans.

 

For FAR Part 147 operations, Williams Aviation Consultants offers a packaged approach to obtaining your Aviation Maintenance Technician School certification.  We start from the inception phase by consulting with architects to ensure physical structure designs and layouts will meet FAA approval, interviewing, vetting, and hiring instructor and administrative staff, designing and fabricating required educational mock ups, assisting with equipment procurement, and even accomplishing day-to-day management duties, if necessary.

 

Curriculum development is also our forte and we will tailor each design to meet our client’s specific needs, while complying with all FAA regulations.



 

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