Maintenance Tracking for Piston Aircraft

Fleet Aviation launches online maintenance program.

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Fleet Aviation claims that it is the first provider of a computerized maintenance tracking program (CMTP) specifically designed for piston aircraft. The system allows aircraft owners to keep their maintenance records online, making them accessible from anywhere, and eliminating issues such as missing logbooks or flying an aircraft that is not in compliance with legal maintenance requirements.

The piston aircraft CMTP is based on Fleet Aviation's Part 135 charter operations maintenance system. Customers can quickly verify that they meet all legal maintenance requirements by logging on to their account and seeing a green dot indicating compliance. Fleet Aviation's CMTP system also alerts clients of upcoming mandatory inspections, optional service bulletins and airworthiness directives. Another benefit may be increased resale value, as complete logbooks have a significant effect on the final cost of used aircraft. The cost for CMTP varies depending on the make, model, year and number of hours of the aircraft. Fleet Aviation customizes the service to the owner's needs.

In addition to its maintenance tracking services, Fleet Aviation's aircraft services division includes aircraft management, avionics database management, and piston aircraft maintenance performed out of their hangar space at Westchester County Airport (HPN), in White Plains, New York. Fleet Aviation is a Limited Cirrus Service Center offering airframe and powerplant services and inspections for all piston engine aircraft, with a specialization in Teledyne Continental Motors and Lycoming engine maintenance. Additionally, Fleet offers charter flights in the Cirrus SR-22 and Beechcraft Baron for up to five passengers, including ground transportation and accommodation.