- 100hr/Annual Inspections
- Pre-purchase Inspections
- Quick and easy oil changes
- Airworthiness Directive Compliance
- Sheet metal repair and fabrication
- Engine overhaul and repair
- Magneto repair, overhaul and test (working toward FAA certification)
- Alternator repair, overhaul and test (working toward FAA Certification)
- Aircraft parts and aircraft consulting
- A/C fabric
- A/C wood working
- Aircraft sales and marketing
- installation of STC kits.
- We welcome antique, classic and warbird aircraft!
For questions about services, pricing or payments, please contact us.
- Shop rate is $95.00 per man hour
- Shop rate increases to $125.00 per man hour if:
- Work is done outside our shop, Hanger 5
- Customer requires expedited work that pulls us away from another customer or must be performed after hours
- Annual Inspection prices are different for all makes, models and individual aircraft, please call for a price quote on your aircraft.
- All annual inspections include:
- Inspection phase
- AD search
- AD compliance, up to 3 hours per compliance.
- Minor tasks, i.e. tire change, light bulb change, minor adjustment to flight controls, etc. Any task under 3 hours.
- Major tasks will be charged extra, i.e. cylinder changes, sheetmetal repairs, flight control removal, landing gear removal, etc. Owner will be informed before work is started.
We are in the business of keeping your aircraft airworthy safely and affordably. When we are tasked to do an annual inspection we perform an full inspection phase and full repair phase on an aircraft.
- All prices for annual inspections are based on past experience for each model/type.
- 100 hour and pre-buy inspections are 50% less than the annual for that type.
- Wiley Post Aviation reserves the right to determine how to charge extra for certain tasks.
Mark Up On Parts and Outside Services
- A fee of 25% of the price of parts and 10% outside services will be charged to the customer.
- Mark up on parts and services is charged for the allocation of the part, shop rate is not charged for the allocation of the part.
- Shipping and handling is not included in the mark up, it is added separately and is charged to the customer.
- Shipping prices will be determined by WPA but shipping is not meant to be a profit center for us.
- Customer can provide parts for their aircraft. However, ALL parts must have proper paperwork and tags. Wiley Post Aviation WILL NOT INSTALL any part that does not have the proper paperwork.
Payment will be made promptly upon receiving the invoice for the job completed. When payment is received in full and a signed copy of the invoice is returned, at that time the aircraft’s logbooks will be returned.
Late and Delinquent Payments
- If payment is not made within 10 business days a surcharge of 10% will be added to the existing bill as well as a $500 charge for storage of aircraft.
- If payment is not made within 20 business days a surcharge of 25% will be added to the total of the existing bill, penalty and storage fees owed against the aircraft and a $500 charge for storage of aircraft.
- If payment is not made within 40 business days an airman’s lien will be placed on the aircraft for 200% of the total existing bill, penalty and storage fees and a $500 charge for storage of aircraft per week.
- Payment to release an aircraft lien will be made in full and in cash. No exceptions.
No partial payments will be accepted. No exceptions.
- Wiley Post Aviation will warranty all labor for up to five (5) flight hours or 20 days after the job invoice has been presented to the customer.
- If there is a discrepancy found within this time frame, Wiley Post Aviation will provide the labor needed to correct the problem.
- Parts will be charged to the customer.
- Wiley Post Aviation is not an avionics shop. A simple communications test with the local ATC will be conducted and the defects will be noted.
- Wiley Post Aviation does not service coms, navs, GPSs, autopilots or avionic equipment.
- We can help the customer make arrangements for avionics repair while we service the rest of the aircraft.
- If fuel has to be removed from an aircraft, the fuel will not be pumped back into the aircraft. The customer can provide a container to hold fuel and the customer can dispose of the fuel as they see fit.
- Fuel from a certified pump added to the aircraft will be charged to customer.
- Above policy will be followed for all aircraft fluids.