Introducing Repair a Plane / repairaplane.com

Introducing RepairAPlane.com, www.repairaplane.com, where for the first time in aviation history, aircraft owners can conveniently post maintenance, repair and upgrade work on their aircraft and receive bids from qualified A&P Mechanics, Repair Stations or Upgrade Shops via p How To Get Your Boyfriend Back Letter hone or email.

Aircraft Owners can now have a larger pool of mechanics or upgrade shops to choose from when making decisions about costly repair, maintenance or upgrade work. By posting their repair or upgrade work on Repairaplane.com, competitive bids will come directly to them eliminating any leg work in identifying qualified shops. Launching the site during a tough economic environment where every dollar counts will give aircraft owners peace of mind when it comes to getting estimates on the costly repairs, maintenance, upgrades and inspections that need to be done on an annual or mechanical basis.

Mechanics & Repair Stations can keep their work schedule full on a regular basis by bidding on available repair jobs that are posted by the sites aircraft owner members, receiving email alerts for relevant job postings or by simply being chosen at random by their inclusion in the database that is available within the site. The site also aims to provide enhanced marketing support and visibility to mechanics and repair stations around the world in order to help keep a constant flow of business coming through their hangar door.
RepairaPlane.com will be free for its respective aircraft owner members to post any repair or upgrade work or to browse the Mechanic & Repair Station database consisting of over 5000 US based shops. Mechanics and Repair Stations will pay a nominal monthly membership fee in order to be included on the site, receive email alerts for relevant jobs, have an enhanced profile and have access to bid on any work that suits their business. The membership cost for mechanics and repair stations will be the most cost efficient form of marketing available to reach their targeted audience.
REPAIRAPLANE.COM is the brain child of two industry executives with a combined 30+ years of general and private aviation industry experience. As previous aircraft owners and pilots, they were often frustrated with the lack of outlets to communicate with repair stations, mechanics, and paint and upgrade shops when costly aircraft repair work needed to be done. REPAIRAPLANE.COM brings forth a revolutionary new way for general aviation aircraft owners, A&P mechanics, certified repair stations & upgrade shops to communicate and stay busy.

For media inquiries contact David Marc at dave@repairaplane.com.

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