On the maintenance floor

Today, at the AIM Air Hangar, we are working to finish up a three-day inspection on one of our Cessna Caravans.  It is a routine inspection, completing a variety of servicing items and repairing any material deficiencies.  It has been a big team effort to complete the inspection on time.  Saturday we came into work to get an early start on items so we would be complete by Tuesday evening.

Wednesday, the plane is scheduled to fly a mission up to South Sudan to support SIM (Serving in Mission) Missionaries with their many logistical requirements.  The Team is pressing hard to make sure the aircraft is ready on time.

Dan working on the Cessna Caravan rudder trim hose, which needed repairing.

Dan working on the Cessna Caravan rudder trim hose, which needed repairing.

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Cessna 206 and 208 aircraft being brought into the Hangar for the night. The AIM AIR Hangar in Nairobi is where large-scale maintenance is completed. Aircraft come to the Hangar from our remote locations for heavy maintenance work.