Flight Inspection Services (FIS) operates and maintains a fleet of 30 uniquely equipped aircraft in accordance with the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 135. Flight Inspection operations are conducted both domestic and international. They provide in-flight evaluation of both civil and military navigational aids in support of the National Airspace System (NAS). Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering provides maintenance support for the flight inspection aircraft fleet. The FIS aircraft fleet is maintained to the high standards of a Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP) which is also required and used by the civil air carrier industry.

In addition to the aircraft maintenance support requirements of the Flight Inspection Program, Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering provides maintenance and modification services to other US and foreign government aircraft flight programs/operators as an FAA approved CFR Part 145 Certificated Repair Station (CRS). In addition to the maintenance services provided by the Repair Station operation, FIS has additional capabilities for accomplishment of aircraft major alteration/modification as an FAA authorized Organization Designation Authorization Unit. All services provided by Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering are accomplished in accordance with the policies, procedures, and guidelines required of similar civil and commercial sector activities.

The Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering main base of operation and corporate headquarters is located in Oklahoma City, OK at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center, Will Rogers World Airport with Line Station and Satellite Repair Station support at the following locations:

  • Atlantic City, NJ
  • Anchorage, AK
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Battle Creek, MI
  • Sacramento, CA

Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering program support is provided through the following five sub-teams, each providing specific technical skills and abilities necessary to meet FAA and FIS organizational goals and objectives:

Base Maintenance and Line Maintenance Stations provide maintenance and modification services for FIS flight Inspection aircraft as well as other customer aircraft in accordance with procedures and practices provided by the General Maintenance Manual and Repair Station / Quality Control Manual. Quality of workmanship is ensured through established quality control processes. The quality control processes are continually monitored and evaluated to ensure their effectiveness by Quality Assurance. Engineering provides engineering services in support of aircraft maintenance, repair, and alteration of flight inspection aircraft and other customer aircraft. Program Standards provides policy, establishes standards, tracks reliability and manages the Continuing Analysis and Surveillance Program (CASP).

Contact Information:

Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Group, AJW-34
6500 S. MacArthur Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73169