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Airtime prides itself on the many years of expertise it has built up and the dedication of its staff to the quality of maintenance and servicing provided to the owners of these brands of general aviation aircraft. We provide all the services you may ever need to call upon for many of the popular types; from purchasing or hiring an aircraft to maintaining, parking, modifying, repairing, recovery, breaking or even selling it. With such a level of experience in all areas and types of 'light' general aviation aircraft Airtime is here for you, we even have a pilot shop to service your personal aviation needs! 

Piper logoPiper Aircraft, located at the Vero Beach Municipal Airport in Vero Beach, owned since 2009 by the Government of Brunei and one of the "Big Three" in the field of general aviation manufacturing. Between its founding in 1927 and the end of 2009, the company produced 144,000 aircraft in 160 certified models, of which 90,000 are still flying.


Cessna logoClyde Cessna, a farmer in Rago, Kansas, built his own aircraft and flew it in June 1911, the first person to do so between the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains. Cessna started his wood-and-fabric aircraft ventures in Enid, Oklahoma, testing many of his early planes on the salt flats. When bankers in Enid refused to lend him more money to build his planes, he moved to Wichita. Cessna Aircraft was formed when Clyde Cessna and Victor Roos became partners in 1927.


Daher Socata logo logoTracing its origins to the pioneering Morane-Saulnier aviation company – and more recently the well-known SOCATA – Daher is the world’s oldest aircraft manufacturer in operation today. Having built airplanes for more than a century, Daher continually invests to maintain its capabilities as an aircraft producer of reference.


Beechcraft logoBeech Aircraft Company was founded in Wichita, Kansas, in 1932 by Walter Beech and his wife Olive Ann Beech. The company began operations in an idle Cessna factory. With designer Ted Wells, they developed the first aircraft under the Beechcraft name, the classic Model 17 Staggerwing, which first flew in November 1932, ultimately 750 were built many still flying today


American AviationAmerican Aviation Corporation was an American aircraft manufacturer based in Cleveland, Ohio in the 1960s, which produced light single-engine aircraft. In 1972 it became the Grumman American Aviation Corporation. Grumman sold its light aircraft division to Gulfstream Aerospace in 1978 and the division was renamed Gulfstream American. Gulfstream continued production until it ceased production of all piston-engined aircraft in 1979.

In the late 1980s a new company was formed to produce the Tiger, American General Aviation Corporation. American General produced Tigers for model years 1990-93 and delivered 181 aircraft in that time. In 1999, a new company was formed to put the Tiger back into production. Tiger Aircraft started production of the AG-5B Tiger in 2001 at their plant in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Tiger Aircraft filed for bankruptcy in January 2007. On August 2, 2007 The Federal Bankruptcy Court approved the sale of Tiger Aircraft assets to True Flight Holdings LLC.