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With an unshakable commitment to service, FlyWise Aviation’s attention to detail, exacting standards, and guest experience set us apart. Elevate your ownership experience by scheduling a visit today.

Radio Group Inspection :

  • Proper Installation and Mounting of Electronic Equipment

  • Proper Routing, Mounting and Operation of Wiring

  • Proper Bonding and Installation

  • Antenna Condition, Mounting and Operation

Cabin and Cockpit Group Inspection :

  • General Condition of All Systems and Cleanliness

  • Condition of Seats and Safety Belts

  • Condition of Windows and Windshields

  • Condition and Mounting on Flight Instrument

  • Proper Operation of Flight and Engine Controls

  • Proper Installation and Charge of Batteries

Propeller Group Inspection :

  • Propeller Assembly

  • Proper Torquing and Safety Wiring of Bolts

  • Function of Anti-Icing Devices

  • Proper Operation of Control Mechanisms

Fuselage Inspection :

  • General Condition of Fabric and skin

  • Systems and components

  • Open All Access Doors, Inspection Panels, Fairings and Cowling

  • Complete a Full Detail of the Aircraft

Empennage Assembly Inspection :

  • General Condition of All Components

  • Fabric or Skin for Deterioration, Distortion, Evidence of Failure, and Insecure Attachment

  • Proper Component Installation

  • Proper Component Operation

Wing Inspection :

  • General Condition of All Components

  • Check Fabric or Skin for Deterioration, Distortion, Evidence of Failure, and Insecurity of Attachment

Engine Inspection :

  • General Condition of All Components

  • Leak Check

  • Studs and Nuts

  • Engine Internals

  • Engine Mount

  • Flexible Vibration Dampeners

  • Engine Controls

  • Lines, Hoses, and Clamps

  • Exhaust Stacks

  • Accessories

  • Cowling

Landing Gear Group Inspection :

  • Inspect General Condition

  • Shock Absorbing Devices

  • Linkages, Trusses, and Members

  • Hydraulic Lines

  • Electrical System

  • Wheel

  • Tires

  • Brakes

  • Floats and Skies (if equipped)


An annual inspection of an aircraft is a necessary safety procedure that must be performed yearly. During an annual inspection, the aircraft is thoroughly inspected to ensure that it is in good condition and safe to fly. This inspection includes a thorough analysis of the airframe, engines, propeller, and other major components of the aircraft. It also includes checking the aircraft's systems such as the electrical, hydraulic, and avionics systems. The inspection also includes a detailed review of the aircraft's maintenance records, and logbooks, to ensure compliance with FARs and Airworthiness Directives. After the inspection is complete, all discrepancies affecting airworthiness must be corrected prior to the aircraft being approved for return to service. 


Regular oil changes are an essential part of maintaining an aircraft engine and ensuring it is running at peak performance. Our technicians first drain the old oil from the engine, collect an oil analysis sample, and remove the old oil filter. The filter is inspected for metal shavings and other contaminants. A new filter is then fitted onto the engine. After the oil has been changed, our technicians complete an engine run-up and check for any signs of leaks. An aircraft oil change is a critical part of aircraft maintenance and should be done regularly to ensure the engine is running safely and efficiently.

Pitot/Static Checks
Pitot Static systems are essential to safety and are required to be checked for errors every 24 months.  Even a small system leak can result in significant altimeter errors.
Our team of trained and certified technicians will travel to your location to perform this service.  We utilize the latest testing equipment and will perform these checks quickly and efficiently.
Our technicians can also perform 98 other system and equipment tests to make sure your aircraft is running at peak performance.

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