of our services include the following topics. However, these in no way
represent the full scope of what we offer, or what we can supply.
Wing It Aviation has flight
crews "on hand" to ferry just about any type aircraft anywhere in the world.
Wing It Aviation is in the unique position of being
able to offer a full-time aircraft management service for
owners of turboprop and bizjet aircraft.
Whether your are an airline start-up or an existing airline, Wing It
Aviation can help you locate and acquire any aircraft you may need. Wing
It Aviation has connections within the major aircraft manufacturing companies,
as well as aircraft brokers, and financial institutions around the globe.
A tedious, yet necessary task for any airline is their Letter of
Compliance. The Letter of Compliance, required by and submitted to the
FAA, shows how the airline complies with each regulation with which it is
charged to obey, and accordingly, it should be a living document. For
FAR 121 and FAR 135 air carriers, this letter must cover the applicable parts of
their governing regulations. As with manual production, most airline operating and
management staff are proficient in their day-to day tasks, yet ill-equipped to
personally perform the task of researching, writing and
maintaining a Letter of Compliance.
The net result being a lack of performance in both areas.
Wing It Aviation's staff are skilled professionals, both keenly attuned to
the steps necessary to research a Letter of Compliance, and while being
extremely proficient in collating, sorting, and entering the necessary data to
produce the required document in minimum time and in the format required by
the FAA. The net result being the airline can run as usual with no
degradation of performance; executives, directors and managers can direct
their entire attention on their day-to-day tasks, while Wing It Aviation staff
produce the document in minimum time and expense.
Wing It Aviation staff are all FAR 142 school qualified
instructors, and are therefore easily qualified and accepted by the FAA.
With that obstacle out of the way, Wing It staff can assist any airline in
implementing their approved flight crew and cabin crew training programs.
Wing It Aviation can produce training courses to meet the needs of
your airline. New topics come up all the time which can challenge
airline operations and management as well as training staff. Many
times there just isn't enough time to develop a training course for a new
subject in the time frame specified for its implementation.
The "new" bullet proof cockpit door requirement provides a good example.
Prior to 9-11, access to the cockpit was available to all flight and cabin
crewmembers (whether actually working the flight or merely dead-heading) who
possessed the appropriate cockpit door key. In response to the cockpit
security concerns identified by our government regulators as a contributing
factor in the events of 9-11, airlines were mandated to install bullet proof
cockpit doors (which did not exist prior to 9-11) in all their aircraft, and
to devise procedures to ensure that cockpit access was granted to only those
who should have access, and then, only when there was a genuine need to get
into the cockpit. This caught a lot of companies off guard, in that
not only did they need to develop procedures for the operation of the new,
as yet to be developed bullet-proof doors, but develop SOP's for opening it
Wing It Aviation helped several airlines produce the appropriate
revisions to their aircraft systems manuals, aircraft operating manuals,
general operations manuals, maintenance manuals, minimum equipment list and
training manuals, as well as developing the training courses used to teach
flight and cabin crewmembers about the new equipment and the new SOP's
concerning its use.
Another aspect of course development exists when a new aircraft type
arrives on the property. Prior to its use by the airline, the
appropriate revisions to the affected manuals must be written and approved
by the FAA, and then a training program must be written, submitted and
approved by the FAA before any crewmember can receive training on that new
Wing It Aviation can produce all, or part of your aircraft specific
airline library suitable for presentation to, and acceptance by the FAA's
CSET team assigned to your airline start-up venture. And for those
airlines already operating, Wing It can perform any technical publication
task you need to upgrade, or revise your manuals, or add a new aircraft, or
aircraft type to your existing certificate.
Wing It Aviation's connection to the airline industry allows it to maintain
a data base of qualified airline personnel to meet the needs of any start-up
airline venture, or an airline expansion. Part of the problem with an
airline start-up venture is finding qualified FAR 119 people to fill the
positions identified by that regulation. Wing It can provide qualified
individuals to hold any and all positions identified in FAR 119 for just about
any 121 airline venture.
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