About Stan King
I started my aviation career when I was very young because I didn't know what else to do at the time. A friend of mine told me about a job opening in an aircraft maintenance facility, and the rest is history.
I’ve worked as nearly every type of aircraft mechanic during my career. At one point or another I’ve worked as:
- An A&P Mechanic
- An Avionics Technician
- A Structures Mechanic
- A Composite Technician
- An Interiors Mechanic
I’ve been involved in the aviation maintenance industry for nearly 20 years. Now I spend most of my time helping other people learn about this career.
I know what it's like trying to find the right career. I can imagine you have spent hours reading and searching for answers while you try to decide if you should go to college for an aviation certificate and/or degree.
In January I started working for a company as a composites technician. I love doing the work and the money is great too. Can’t thank you enough for your advice. Take care,"
- Javier B.
I want to help you make the right decision about your future...
Choosing a career is never an easy task, and I don't want you to spend thousands of dollars and years of your life if you don't even know whether or not this career is for you.
That's why I decided to make this website and share all of my in-depth knowledge about this career.
Nothing makes me happier than when I receive an email or a phone call from someone I've helped. That is the ultimate reason I decided to make The Aircraft Mechanic.
I’ve helped thousands of people become aircraft mechanics.
Remember, I’m always available if you have any questions. If you want to send me a message, you can contact me here
To your success,
P.S. - Keep reading to find out more about The Aircraft Mechanic below...
About The Aircraft Mechanic
I made The Aircraft Mechanic because people would ask me the same questions every day, such as:
- How can I become an aircraft mechanic?
- Do I have to go to college?
- How much money can I make?
My goal was to answer these questions and to help people like you find out what it’s really like working in this career.
The Aircraft Mechanic will help you:
- Choose the right aviation career
- Get your A&P Certificate for free
- Become an aircraft mechanic without going to college
- Learn what it’s like really working as an aircraft mechanic
- Decide if this is a career you would like to get into
- Find out how to make the most money
Another one of my goals while making The Aircraft Mechanic was to shed some light on all of the aircraft mechanic schools and colleges. While there are a few good schools out there, most of them only care about getting your money.
Most of these schools will charge you $30,000 - $50,000 or more to get into this career.
Here’s the TRUTH: You don’t even have to go to school or college to become an aircraft mechanic.
I’ve never even went to college, and when I started my career as an aircraft mechanic all I had was a high school diploma.
I was tired of seeing the colleges and schools lie to people about working as an aircraft mechanic.
I can show you how to become an aircraft mechanic just like I did, without going to any aviation school or A&P school.
The Aircraft Mechanic has been featured in numerous magazine articles and websites because I tell the truth about the aviation career field.
Over the years I have received a lot of nasty emails from A&P prep schools and colleges, as well as instructors and staff at various aviation colleges.
These people are upset because they know that I’m exposing them for the scammers they really are. The schools love it when someone who doesn’t know any better walks in and starts paying them thousands of dollars.
I want to help you avoid all of these mistakes that so many other people make.
After you use The Aircraft Mechanic you will be ready to pursue a career in aviation.
If you blindly jump into this career without knowing all the facts, you are only setting yourself up for failure. No matter what, don't let greedy corporations and schools decide your future!
You can make great money as an aircraft mechanic, but only after you know all of the facts. Don't be mislead by the colleges...
Thousands of people just like you have learned the truth BEFORE they spent thousands of dollars and years of their lives in college.
I receive hundreds of messages every week from people telling me how much The Aircraft Mechanic helped them. Here are just a few:
I’m making $31.50 an hour on overtime and there’s always plenty of overtime. The work is actually not nearly as hard as I thought it was going to be.
I can’t believe I actually have a job I like for a change lol. Anyways, thanks again for all your help."
- Tammy P.
I really really appreciate your help with this and I can’t wait until I have my license and can start traveling. I’ll let you know how it goes.
- Lashawn A.
My plan is to keep working here for another year or two, then find a company to work for so I can be near the beach. I can't thank you enough for all of your great advice!"
- Dalton S.
You did a great job explaining everything about this job. I’m going to read through it again and then call some places. Thanks for putting your book out."
- Armando Vasquez