Virginia Aviation offers complete Aviation Maintenance training through our FAA Approved Part 147 Airframe and Powerplant School, Certificate Number RSUT804H. The school curriculum prepares its students to take the written, oral and practical exams to obtain their FAA A & P Certification.
Our program offers students a small student to instructor ratio. Classes consist of 50 percent classroom instruction and 50 percent hands-on practical training. We have several aircraft specifically designated for student repairs on-site at Lynchburg Regional Airport. State of the art welding facilities are conveniently located at Central Virginia Community College.
All instructors are A & P licensed with many years of industry experience.
The Virginia Aviation AMT course complies with each element of the FAA approved curriculum (as defined in 14 CFR 147, Appendix B through D). From the descriptions below, students can refer to the regulations for additional description of the scope of the courses.