North American accomplishes maintenance on our client aircraft in one of several ways, depending on which is the most practical, safe, and cost effective method.
In our typical arrangement, we will assign one Maintenance Crew Chief to your aircraft. This technician will be qualified to work directly on your aircraft and will conduct the majority of required maintenance himself. One of his primary responsibilities will be to aggressively pursue any warranty issues. For heavier inspections, your crew chief will obtain three bids from qualified maintenance agencies and, working with North American’s Director of Maintenance, choose the best bid in terms of quality, down time, schedule, and price. The Crew Chief will accompany the aircraft to the winning facility and supervise the work, representing your interests.
North American Air Charter is co-located with a Part 145 Certified Repair Station, Airborne Maintenance LLC. As a result, we have the ability to perform maintenance on numerous types of aircraft on a commercial or private basis in our hangar, or at outlying airports with Airborne’s mobile repair shop. The organizational structure, checks and balances, and inspection criteria set forth by the FAA for this authorization benefits our clients with maintenance performed to the highest FAA standards, and under FAA supervision.