Welcome to the World of Aviation Maintenance! Take Flight!

When people think about aviation, they tend to think first about airlines and manufacturers, the companies that fly and build aircraft. But there’s another sector of the industry that’s just as critical: aviation maintenance (AVMRO).

Around the world there are thousands of companies employing hundreds of thousands of highly-trained men and women who work day and night to keep aircraft operating safely. While airlines are ultimately responsible for the safety of their aircraft, airlines contract out the majority of maintenance work to repair stations that are certificated (i.e., licensed) and regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration and other aviation authorities. Because repair stations are highly specialized, they get a better return on investment in tools, training, facilities, and other key business inputs. That means repair stations help airlines save money while improving safety and reliability.

This site, which is managed by the Aeronautical Repair Station Association, is designed to help you understand aviation maintenance better. So what do you want to know?

About the Industry

About the Industry

Aviation maintenance work is performed by both airlines and by repair stations. Repair stations are businesses certificated (i.e., licensed) and regulated by...
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Careers

Careers

There are more than 4,700 aircraft repair facilities worldwide employing roughly 473,000 people. In the United States alone, there are more than 4,000...
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Safety and Oversight

Safety and Oversight

Repair stations, air carriers, and government regulators work together to ensure aviation safety. Repair stations are certificated (i.e., licensed) and regulated...
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Economic Data

Economic Data

As documented by a 2014 global aviation maintenance market assessment TeamSAI prepared for the Aeronautical Repair Station Association, the aviation...
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