The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) has announced a strategic partnership with Repairaplane.com, a new website designed to match general aviation aircraft owners with qualified A&P mechanics and certified repair stations throughout the country, including paint, interior and avionics shops.
To celebrate the partnership, Repairaplane.com is offering all PAMA members a highly discounted six month trial subscription rate of $285.00 in order to take advantage of the site’s services. Membership includes a free tile ad on Repairaplane.com’s home page, an enhanced profile in search results, email alerts when work is posted in their area and a free PAMA membership renewal.
Repairaplane.com subscribers will also receive personalized marketing support to ensure jobs are being posted within their area. So long as a member stays subscribed to Repairaplane.com, their PAMA membership will be renewed annually at no cost on an ongoing basis.
Non-PAMA members that subscribe to Repairaplane.com can also enroll in the introductory special and will be given a free one year subscription to PAMA as well.
“The site gives mechanics and repair stations the opportunity to increase their business while gaining exposure in the marketplace at a very nominal cost”, says Dave Cooperman, one of the site’s partners. “There is no other product or service available that we know of that provides the value of Repairaplane.com. One job should easily cover the cost to subscribe. In a tough economic environment we’re proud to launch a website and service that will bring some innovation to an often overlooked segment of aviation. Our partnership with PAMA is greatly welcomed, and we hope the site will provide unsurpassed value to its members and the industry as a whole.”
Dale Forton, president of PAMA commented, “As an industry resource for information regarding aviation maintenance, PAMA believes this to be a benefit to our members as not only an information resource but as an opportunity for a tremendous revenue generator for those who take advantage of the service.”