One of the most important factors influencing the success of any flight school is the maintenance of its fleet of aircraft.
Only when the fleet is in a technically excellent state of care can the flying operations be run punctually and profitably, Led by our highly experienced and skilled Engineers we view safety and maintenance as being paramount to the success and the well being of our students.
Mish Aviation has very experienced engineers and a hangar facility to maintain its aircraft in-house. The chief engineer in charge has over 32 years working on similar aircraft and of which over 15 years was in a flying school and working on same make and model as Mish Aviation fleet.
What is maintenance in aviation?
Aircraft maintenance is the performance of tasks required to ensure the continuing airworthiness of an aircraft or aircraft part, including overhaul, inspection, replacement, defect rectification, and the embodiment of modifications, compliance with airworthiness directives and repair.
At Mish Aviation Flying School we run dispatch checks and record aircraft time. Setup and trigger automatic maintenance reminders. Simple issue reporting and tracking. Making maintenance status visible to everyone. Keep the entire team up to date on maintenance status.
How often does an airplane need maintenance?
Many costs factor into the economics of small aircraft ownership. On average, a $75,000 financed Cessna winds up costing $200 per hour, if flown 100 hours per year, with $80 going toward fuel, oil and maintenance. Similar aircraft may be rented for about $125 per hour.
Having a reliable on-site aircraft maintenance facility in order to secure continuity of training is of fundamental importance to Mish Aviation.
Mish Aviation Flight School is extremely proud of its on-site aircraft maintenance capability that has enabled the school to have a very reliable fleet of serviceable training aircraft available to carry out its training task.
We operate a very stringent and proactive maintenance program at Mish Aviation.