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  A&P Instructor

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  A&P Instructor

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Here is the truth about working as an aircraft mechanic

You have to know...

  • Do aircraft mechanics really make a lot of money?

  • Do you have to go to college?

  • Do you need a license or some type of certification?

  • Is aircraft maintenance a good career?

Every day people just like you are making money in the field of aviation. Some years I made nearly $70,000 working on airplanes. An aviation career can be very rewarding, but there's a lot of information about this career that is kept hidden.

My name is Stan King. I worked as an aircraft mechanic for many, many years. The field of aircraft maintenance is growing every day. There were nearly ninety million airplane departures in 2016 and it is estimated that by 2020 the number of departures will have doubled.

Do aircraft mechanics really make a lot of money?

The simple answer is that you can make a lot of money as an aircraft mechanic in certain situations. However, is it really the high-paying career that you probably think it is?

Most aircraft mechanics can make a lot of money compared to some careers, but only if the right steps are taken.

Many people get into aviation thinking they will make a lot of money, but there's much more to working as an aircraft mechanic than all of the money that can be made.

If you know the right steps you can make a lot of money.

"I wish I'd have found your site before I enrolled in my A&P course..."

- Martin E.

Do you have to go to college?

This is one of the biggest misconceptions about this career. Most people automatically assume that you have to go to college.

A common mistake people make is thinking that they have to go to school or college to work on airplanes. Many times you don't, and there are other ways you can get the necessary training you need to advance in the career.

Not everyone working on airplanes is making $80,000 a year, and the ones that are making that much money are a mixture of people with and without college degrees.

Do you need a license or some type of certification?

Not everyone working in aviation has a license! People always assume that if you work on multimillion dollar airplanes you HAVE to have some kind of license or something, right? Wrong!!

However, even though you don't absolutely have to have a license, you DO have to have a license in some situations. The question is: Is it really worth the time and effort to go to school for an aviation degree?

You may or may not have heard about the Airframe and Powerplant License, or the "A&P License". I will discuss this type of license below, and whether or not it is as valuable as the schools want you to think it is.

Even though the colleges will never tell you this, you might not need a license to work on airplanes.

"I'm trying to have The Aircraft Mechanic approved for my A&P general course. I want all my students to read it."

- Kenneth B.
A&P Instructor

What is an A&P License?

The A&P License is issued to qualified aviation technicians that have the proper training and meet all of the requirements set by the FAA. The true value of the A&P License is usually inflated and made to seem bigger than it really is by the airlines and colleges.

A mechanic who holds an A&P License is certified to inspect, perform, or supervise maintenance of aircraft and aircraft systems. A&P mechanics are certified to accomplish their duties on both commercial and private aircraft.

Do you really need an A&P License? Is an A&P License a good investment?

If you are planning on jumping into a school for an A&P License because you think it's a wise decision, or because that's what the school has talked you into, think again.

Are you planning to get an A&P License?

I will tell you the truth:

  • What the A&P prep schools won't tell you...

  • What the community colleges won't tell you...

  • The real value of the A&P License...

Is the money you are going to invest in a school to earn an aviation degree worth the time, effort, and stress it takes to earn it?

I'm going to show you how to get a FREE A&P License

Did you know an A&P License can cost anywhere from $10,000 to $30,000 or more..?

There are certain methods you can use to get an A&P License without paying a penny. Most people don't have a clue that these methods exist. Why pay thousands of dollars to get something when you can get it for free? And why don't the schools mention these powerful methods??

When you see these methods you will really understand why the colleges and schools anger me. They could easily give this information away, but instead they hide it from you.

How do some mechanics make $100,000 or more working in aviation?

There are people in the aviaiton field making large amounts of money. There are only a few ways that this level of income can be achieved but it is possible.

People don't know any of the details about airplanes. Most people are clueless when it comes to all of the systems and components that make them fly. All they know is that they trust their lives to these complex machines that cost millions of dollars. Because of these reasons, most people automatically assume that the mechanics that work on these machines HAVE to make A LOT OF MONEY.

Once you know the truth about this career and the money that can be made, I can almost guarantee that your whole perception of the aviation career field will be turned upside down.

Where do you start?

Well, I can tell you that you don't start by reading a course outline from an aviation school or technical college. I can honestly say that you have already started at the best place possible, which is right here.

If you are interested in this career you have found the best resource available to make sure you know all the facts.

Is aircraft maintenance a good career?

Aircraft maintenance is constantly listed in top ten or top twenty career lists by popular websites like MonsterJobs, Yahoo! Jobs, and Forbes. It can be a great career, but only if you know all the details.

Aircraft maintenance is not for everyone. If I had a dollar for every new mechanic that quit within six months after starting the job, I would have tens of thousands of extra dollars in my bank account.

Most of these mechanics had already spent tens of thousands of dollars and years in college to get an aviation degree. Most quit because they didn't like the job for one reason or another. Most had been pulled in by a college or technical school, and they thought that the career would be much different than it actually is.

Don't guess if an aviation career is right for you.

Is this career right for you?

Just because you can make $80,000 a year doesn't mean the career is for you.

This career is certainly much better than some careers, but you need to make sure without a doubt that this career is right for you BEFORE you invest your time and money into it.

Why I Wrote The Aircraft Mechanic...

I decided to share my story and tell the truth about the field of aviation so you don't have to worry about whether or not working in aviation is the right career for you.

"Wow, you work on airplanes! You must make a lot of money!"

"Should I got to school for an A&P license?"

"What's it like working on airplanes?"

As a professional working in aviation, I heard things like this almost every day. I also found myself answering these questions almost every day.

I soon learned why I was answering these same questions over and over, again and again. The answers simply weren't available. There were no books, videos, or online resources that provided a clear answer to any of these questions.

Nothing really explained anything about the field of aircraft maintenance, how to become an aircraft mechanic, or what it's like working as one.

I wanted to answer these questions so you will have a clear understanding about airplane mechanics and aviation. I want you to know what it's really like working in aviation.

"I have been working in aviation for nearly 25 years, and I have been an A&P Instructor for nearly 8 years of that time. Your book is a very valuable teaching tool, and it makes my job a lot easier. My students always love reading about your experiences as much as I love teaching about them.

The Aircraft Mechanic is worth it’s weight in gold. I noticed a couple of other A&P Instructors leaving comments so I thought I would send you this testimonial along with a picture of myself to use on your site. That picture is a few years old, so I don’t quite look like that anymore! However, my testimonial still stands as strong now as ever.

Your hard work is very appreciated Mr. King, and I am very grateful that you chose to write The Aircraft Mechanic. I believe I have read that you might release a follow-up book? Please keep me informed if you plan to write another book. I’ll be your first customer."


- Darryl Murtaugh
  A&P Instructor

What will The Aircraft Mechanic do for you?

Over 33,000 people just like you have used The Aircraft Mechanic to find out if this career is right for them. Some have become aircraft mechanics making $80,000 or more per year, while some have decided that the career is not right for them BEFORE spending thousands of dollars and wasting years of their life.

You will know:
  • How to make the most money

  • How to get a FREE A&P License

  • Everything you need to know about being an aircraft mechanic

The aviation industry needs you, and they know exactly how to get you in the door anyway they can by lying to you and telling you what you want to hear. Don't be a blind sheep! Don't spend your time, money, and energy to get into this career without knowing all of the facts!

"Stan King,

As a retired FAA Safety Inspector, I have to say that your book was a pleasure to read. It was very refreshing to see a different point of view. I do believe that you are offering newcomers a valuable tool if they are really ready to get into the aviation career field. As a licensed A&P Mechanic and a pilot, I can honestly say I wish there were more books like The Aircraft Mechanic available, and I think that every aircraft technician should have a copy. Thank you for your contribution to the aviation career field.

- Don Eastman, Oklahoma City, OK

  FAA Aviation Safety Inspector, Retired

"Mr. King,

I just started on my A&P License at a college. I was able to set up an agreement with the maintenance facility so I don't have to use a student loan. I really can't believe that I am going to school for no money. I have already told some of the other students here about your course, but most of them have already started paying tuition.

There are a couple of other students that are using the same method as me because they also have your book. I just wanted to tell you how truly thankful I am that you took the time to help aviation students like myself."

- Miguel Escobar, Peru

  A&P Student

"My first job is with a small airline in New York, where I'll be making $27 per hour straight pay, $40.50 overtime pay. I'm also attending flight classes to obtain my commercial pilots license. I know I wouldn't have made this decision without reading The Aircraft Mechanic, and I know that I could have found myself as a low-paid mechanic somewhere without your guidance."

- James Murphy

  A&P Mechanic

Choosing a career is a big step. Don't blindly jump into this career without knowing all the facts!

I will tell you everything you need to know about the aircraft maintenance career field or you will get your money back 100% guaranteed.

I want you to know the truth about this career. I will lay everything out on the table, and I will go over everything honestly.

I want you to have a good-paying, enjoyable career.

You'll be more prepared than most of the instructors in the schools if you decide to go into aviation.

All of the secrets of working in aviation are revealed in The Aircraft Mechanic.

There is nothing else like this out there!

"Your book really, really helped me! I have always wanted to work on airplanes."

- Charles A.

After reading The Aircraft Mechanic you will be able to make a solid descision on whether or not a career in aviation is right for you.

Don't even think about a career in aviation before you read this book.

Don't blindly waste your money on an expensive college or prep course. Don't take a chance in aviation without knowing all of the details provided in The Aircraft Mechanic.

"Every aircraft technician and anyone that is interested in aircraft or aviation, or anyone who even flies on planes should be forced to read this book."

    -Chris Vohnham, A&P Instructor

If you don't want to know the dirty secrets about working in aviation, then don't read this book.

"I was trying to decide if I wanted to go to school for an aviation degree, and I couldn't have done it without this info."

- Christy W.

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Really helpful
By Ryan V. on July 29, 2014
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I was looking for information on how to get into this line of work because I heard you can make good money AND I was tired of working for peanuts driving a forklift and I knew I had to get out of there. I found this book on google when I was looking into joining the military because I thought that was the way to become a plane mechanic. I had no idea you can become a mechanic without the military or going to college but you can. Going by this book I found out what to do to get a job. I just started at my first job where I’m learning to work on small passenger planes and I really like the work so far and the pays really good to. It’s much better than my old boring job that’s for sure!
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Perfect Resource If You’re Thinking About This Career
By P. Huffman on July 16, 2014
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I had already decided to go to an A&P (Airframe & Powerplant) school to get my A&P license and become an aircraft mechanic, but luckily I found The Aircraft Mechanic book before I signed up. An A&P license is what the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) issues to people who are trained to be aircraft mechanics. I thought you had to have an A&P before you can get into this career, but that isn’t always the case.

It turns out you can get a job and start making money first, and then get the certification later. This was good news for me because I really didn’t have the money to pay for the school and I didn’t want to take out any student loans. Using this book I was able to find a program at an MRO in Georgia (where I live). I’m 4 months into the program right now, and when I’m finished I can get my sign offs and get my A&P. All I had to do was buy a toolbox and some tools which all cost about $200.

I’m so glad I didn’t end up with a $15,000 student loan or a bunch of credit card debt. Read this book if you’re thinking about getting your A&P, it will help you get started.

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Great book if you thinking about getting into this
By Michelle Fuentes on June 30, 2014
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First let me say I’ve been in retail since I graduated high school in 2011. I had planned to go to college, but so far I haven’t been able to go. I have a male cousin that has been working as a mechanic for a long time and he told me about this book. The main thing I was worried about was being a girl because I knew their are not that many where my cousin works. Well, apparently there are a good number of girls that work as mechanics so that’s good if you’re a girl like me:)

Back to this book it’s a great resource and has helped me learn a lot about being an airplane mechanic. I haven’t found a job yet, but I have emailed a few places and there are some spots available. I plan to quit my current job at Wal-Mart and start with a company in Florida by the end of the summer. If you are thinking about going to school read this book first because you don’t have to go to college which surprised me.

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What's Included:

Everything you need to know about an aviation maintenance career

How to get a FREE A&P License

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You will learn about every aspect of the aircraft maintenance career:

How to make the most money

How to get started without wasting thousands of dollars in college

Everything about the A&P License

If you need an A&P License

The dangers of working in this career

If the career is right for you

And much, much more!

Why this information has never been made available

If you only knew the facts you would instantly see why nothing like this has ever been released!

Fact #1: The schools need to make money!

They will tell you anything and everything to get you in the door. Why? To teach you, right? Wrong! Most people think that schools exist to teach people about specific subjects. What they fail to realize is that schools exist to make money. They make money by teaching people stuff. The schools make this career out to be a great opportunity so they can charge you tens of thousands of dollars. Colleges are businesses.

Fact #2: The airlines need to make money!

Just as the colleges and technical schools don't exist to educate you but to make money, so it is with the airlines. Airlines don't exist to fly people to their destinations safely. They exist to make money. They make money by flying people to their destinations safely (sometimes)... If the truth about aviation maintenance was truly exposed, there would be an uproar!

Fact #3: The whole aviation industry is controlled by Greedy corporations.

This does not mean that you cannot have a good career working in aviation, it means that greedy corporations in aviation are no different than greedy corporations in any other field. They exist to make money, and they will use you and pay you as little as they can because you won't know any better.

Fact #4: Maintenance companies like DUMMIES!

Maintenance companies and airlines love it when fresh, dumb aviation mechanics come right out of college looking for a job. They know that most of these mechanics don't have a clue about the real world of aviation maintenance, because the colleges don't tell them about it. If you want to have a high-paying, enjoyable career in the field of aviation maintenance you have to go way beyond what the schools and maintenance companies will ever tell you. Don't be a dummy!

Fact #5: Only some will have a high-paying career in aviation.

You can make good money and have a good career in aviation, but it is not for everyone. If you think that you can go to school, get a degree, and have a high-paying career, you are wrong.

Fact #6: Most aircraft mechanics think they have a good career because they don't know any better.

Noone wants to have regrets. If a person goes to college and gets a degree, they want that degree to mean something. They want to know that they accomplished something. Most aircraft mechanics, whether they acquired a degree or not, will defend their profession because they don't want to admit that they made a mistake.

The sad part is, they could probably make a lot more money if they only knew how.

What the schools and the airlines won't tell you...

The schools are only concerned with getting you through the door, so you can start paying them tuition. I've seen this happen with so many people and it really angers me. I'm just trying to help you make the right decision about your future. I can help you make the right choices because of my extensive knowledge of this industry.

The airlines and maintenance companies work with the technical schools and colleges to bring in new employees for the lowest price possible. The schools make tons of money, and the airlines and maintenance companies have all the new low-paid mechanics they need.

Do you think that an A&P license is a valuable tool? I can tell you what you want to know. If you think you know what it's like working in the field of aviation, think again. Many new aircraft mechanics still ask me a lot of questions like these:

"I have my A&P but I don't have any experience yet, so what are my best options?"

"How can I make more money working as an aircraft mechanic?"

"What can I do if I can't get my A&P License?"

I have seen many new mechanics fresh out of A&P school that didn't know what to do after they finished school. They had used nearly two years of their lives and a lot of money on a career that they blindly walked into. They didn't know the right steps once they started working in aviation and that's why they would ask me questions all the time.

All of this is covered in The Aircraft Mechanic.

You will know more about the field of aircraft maintenance than a lot of people already working in the industry.

"I have been interested in working on airplanes since I was a little kid in the Philippines. I bought your book around a year ago and soon after started at an airline to get my A&P License. I would have enrolled in a college that had been contacting me if I wouldn't have read The Aircraft Mechanic.

So far everything you talked about has been true. I'm very glad I had the chance to read your book before going to college."

- R. Alcomendas, Philippines
  A&P Mechanic / Student

"Mr. Stan King,

I saw a review of your book on YouTube and I couldn't resist! I'm glad I found you! I have began my training as a pilot in Hawaii, and I am loving it! I would love to go flying with you some day. It's beautiful out here, and I will be making more money than I ever dreamed! I was just about to enroll at a college here for an aviation degree when I found your book. I can't imagine what I would have done or where I would be if I hadn't. I just wanted to drop you a message and say thanks!"

- Rick Marshall, Hawaii
  Pilot in training

"There are not a lot of resources in India for learning about working in aviation. I was afraid that The Aircraft Mechanic would not help me over here, but it has become the best resource that I had read before deciding not to go to A&P school. I am going to start contracting at a large airport in Mumbai in a few months. I am looking forward to my new career. I didn't think this was possible. Your book has opened many doors for me and my family."

- Q. Badanikai, India
  Aircraft Mechanic


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good book on working on airplanes
By John Allan on June 24, 2014
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I just got out of high school but for the last 2 years I been working for my uncle company doing framing work on houses and other stuff like apartments and condos. I dont no anything about working on airplanes so I got this book to help me figure out everything. Its pretty good and have helped me to figure out what I need to do so I will probably have ajob in a couple months working with this place in Texas. this book gave me the info I needed or I would not no what to do.
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Good Christmas Gift
By Christine Reagan on June 16, 2014
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I bought The Aircraft Mechanic for my son because he was talking about working on helicopters. He really enjoyed the book. I know because he kept talking about what the book said to do and blah blah blah and if he talks about something I know he really likes it. He just graduated high school this month and in August he starts working. If someone in your family is talking about doing this work then this book is a good gift.
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This is the best book about being an aviation mechanic I have found.
By Michael Brennan on May 5, 2014
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I have been an A&P mechanic for nearly 7 years now, and I bought this book out of curiosity. I wanted to see what it was about. After I read it, my first thought was that I have never seen another book like it. There just aren’t that many books out there about this career.

In the first few chapters the author (Stan King) describes what it was like for him becoming an aviation mechanic. He also discusses how others can become mechanics and what they can expect to go through. I really enjoyed reading his story and some of it is pretty funny. Being a mechanic myself, I can definitely relate to a lot of what he says.

The rest of the book deals with what it’s like actually working as a mechanic in this career. He really went into a lot of detail and I felt like he was spot on. He talks about the salary of aviation mechanics, the positives and negatives of the career, the dangers, etc. He did a good job describing all of the different aspects. He also did a great job going over the FAA A&P certificate. The only negative I’d say is that I did disagree with him on a few issues, but like he says in the book everyone’s situation is different. Other than those minor gripes, the information is pretty solid.

Overall, I’d recommend anyone to read this book if they’re thinking about getting into aviation. It will probably save you some time instead of trying to randomly find stuff on the internet. I’ve been a mechanic for almost 7 years and even I learned a few things, which surprised me.

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