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Aviation Institute of Maintenance ‐ Certifications, Cost, and Reviews

Aviation Institute of Maintenance is located in Duluth, GA. This school offers training in 13 qualifications, with the most reviewed qualifications being Airframe and Powerplant License, A&p, and A&P Certified Mechanic. Time to complete this education training ranges from 17 months to 2 years depending on the qualification, with a median time to complete of 20 months. The cost to attend Aviation Institute of Maintenance ranges from $20 to $80,000 depending on the qualification, with a median cost of $40,000. When asked how they paid for their training, most reviewers responded, "I paid for it myself".

The most commonly reported benefits of attending Aviation Institute of Maintenance are "Hands-on training" and "Good teachers", but respondents also mentioned "Good career preparation" and "Helpful career services" as notable benefits. Aviation Institute of Maintenance has been reviewed 21 times, with an average rating of 4.14 out of 5. About 90% of reviewers would recommend Aviation Institute of Maintenance to a friend.

School Information

Satellite Point, 2025 Satellite Pointe Duluth, GA 30096
17 months - 2 years

Cost:

  • A&P Certified Mechanic: $47,000
  • Airframe and Powerplant License: $20 - $50,000
  • Airframe and power plant mechanic certificate: $44,000
  • FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate: $52,000
  • Welding Certification: $12,000
  • Aircraft Maintenance Techinician: $40,000
  • FAA A&P certificate: $35,000
  • Boeing certificate: $80,000
  • A&p: $40,000
  • Aviation certificate: $11,000
  • FAA Airframe and Powerplant Certificate: $75,000

What do students think about this program?

Top pros

Hands-on training Mentioned in 14 reviews
Good teachers Mentioned in 11 reviews
Good career preparation Mentioned in 7 reviews

Recent reviews

4.0

Pros

Good teachers, Helpful career services, Hands-on training

Other comments

Good hands on learning. Most of the people were good to hang around and help you and a lot if the teachers would stay late to help you study and help get a better understanding.

3.0

Pros

Flexible class hours, Hands-on training

Other comments

A good mixture of classroom and hands on practical when you first start there will be a lot of math but after that it gets easy. Hope that this was helpful.

Airframe and Powerplant License Questions & Answers

What do people wish they knew before earning their Airframe and Powerplant License?

361 people answered

“The amount of time not involving and the minor unforeseen setbacks involved which prolonged my time in the course”

Sept. 10, 2019

“That it will sustain my financial needs.”

Sept. 10, 2019

What advice would you give to someone interested in earning their Airframe and Powerplant License?

399 people answered

“If you're going to a part 147 school, don't take the classes for granted. Focus, ask questions and learn the basics and principles of each subjects and most importantly, commit. If you took my advice, your tests will come easy.”

Sept. 10, 2019

“Choice accredited college, not a Tech School.”

Sept. 10, 2019
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