Airworthy Aviation LLC
Airworthy Aviation's maintenance department is devoted to excellence in single and twin-engine general aviation aircraft maintenance. All inspection and maintenance is performed by inspection authorized technicians with extensive experience. We take particular pride in our well earned designation as a single- and twin-engine Service Center and as a Cirrus Service Center
We offer flat-rate inspections and will quote the cost of discrepancy repair as well. Owner-assisted inspection and maintenance is permitted. For a quote on your inspection and maintenance requirements please contact Information at (920) 467-8611.
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Airworthy Aviation's maintenance rate is $65 per hour of labor ( inspection, service or repair). We offer flat rate 100-hour or annual inspections consistent with the requirements of Federal Aviation Rule (FAR) 43, Appendix D. See chart below for estimated inspection man-hours for specific planes. (Tax is not included).
Note: The above rates are for inspection only. Manufacturers' recommendations above and beyond FAR 43, Appendix D, requirements are considered service or repair, as applicable.
Airworthy Aviation has nearly $150,000 of inventory in stock at any time. As a long established Parts Department, we have the tools, know-how and contacts to obtain those hard-to-find, as well as commonly used items. Additionally, we're able to have your high-value components such as starters, alternators, avionics, cylinders or even entire engines overhauled by recognized specialists. Please contact Information at (920) 467-8611 for availability or price of the item(s) you need.
Maintenance technicians are on duty from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday. After hours, weekend or holiday service is available by call-out or prior arrangement. Our Parts Department is open from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Our Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certified maintenance technicians possess decade upon decade of military, corporate, and general aviation inspection and maintenance experience.
A private pilot, Mike was previously employed with Chaplin Aviation, Magnus Aviation and Western Shore Aviation, following four years of service in the United States Air Force.
Troy Van Sluys
He was previously employed with Chaplin Aviation, Magnus Aviation and Western Shore Aviation.
He earned his Airframe rating through Spartan School of Aeronautics and Power Plant rating through Gateway Technical College.