News By, For, and About Aircraft Mechanics
Technology Program Explores Aircraft Mechanics
November 29, 2007 - New course at Jamestown Community College is part of a class exploring aircraft mechanics which has been ongoing for 15 years.
Aircraft Mechanics Hourly Rate Survey Report
November 28, 2007 - Median Hourly Rate by City - Job: Aircraft Mechanic / Service Technician (United States)
Candidates Rally for Voters
November 28, 2007 - Aircraft mechanic runs for Warner Robins, Ga., city council
Fifty-dollar airplane became four-year project
November 27, 2007 - Darrin Carlson found himself unexpectedly the owner of the 1964 Piper Cherokee. He had thought it would cost more.
Holiday Ornament Available
November 27, 2007 - Holiday Ornament celebrates aircraft mechanic who flew the first airplane in Georgia.
Clinic Offers Renewed Vigor To Those With Low Testosterone
November 27, 2007 - Aircraft Mechanic Says, "I work 10-hour shifts and after 10-hour shifts, I'm back in the gym now working out," he said. "I just feel better mentally and physically."
Second Shift Classes Available for Aviation Mechanic Students
November 27, 2007 - The Naval Aviation Academy in Clearwater, Fla., is offering Second Shift Classes beginninng in January for students who work during the day.
Mechanic-Centric Focus to Improve Aircraft Availability
November 26, 2007 - Air Force team at Robbins AFB establishes an integrated maintenance process to share aircraft information, reduce maintenance time, and increase availability of aircraft.
Before They Were Famous - Top 10 Celebrity Lorry Drivers
November 26, 2007 - Rock Hudson: Former Navy Airplane Mechanic
Former Airplane Mechanic Opens Animated Toy Museum
November 25, 2007 - Meyersdale museum adds holiday magic to window displays
Regional airlines lower bar for pilots
November 25, 2007 - Regional carriers have been cutting minimum hiring requirements for pilots.
Helicopter Mechanic Killed in Iraq
November 24, 2007 - A helicopter mechanic from Mississippi died from non-combat related injuries.
FAA Hasn't Tracked Fraudulently Certified Airplane Mechanics
November 6, 2007 - FAA "loses" about 1,000 poorly trained and untrained airplane mechanics.