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Altisky Service Center

Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul

KMQY (MQY), Smyrna

Phone +1 615 648 7566
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276 Doug Warpoole Rd, Smyrna, TN 37167
AltiSky is an authorized and approved Tecnam Service Center.
We’re here for all of your aircraft serving needs, from scheduled maintenance, non-scheduled maintenance, warranty work and aircraft valeting.
AltiSky through it’s affiliate, Azure Flight Support, maintains a factory-trained Tecnam Authorized Service Center. Our technicians are certified to work on Rotax, Lycoming and Continental power plants as well as all Tecnam airframes. Our Customer Support Representative will expeditiously ensure that your service needs are met with minimum disruption to your schedule. We perform warranty service and help you navigate the necessary logs and records for warranty compliance.
Through our partner Azure, we keep stock of the most frequently asked for parts in addition to the North American Parts Depot in Sebring.
Our focus is on single and twin-engine piston aircraft. As aircraft owners, we know what it is like to be on the other side of the maintenance shop experience as customers. We believe in communicating throughout the entire process of your maintenance visit. There should be no surprises when you get the invoice.
Our goal when maintaining your aircraft aligns with our core values of safety, integrity and excellence. Our Director of Maintenance, has spent three decades working on aircraft and his repeat customers will speak to his competence, honest approach and professionalism.
Aircraft warranty work by AltiSky is in accordance with the specifications and guidelines of the manufacturer and completed at the highest standard, giving aircraft owners confidence that their aircraft is being properly maintained and that any issues are addressed promptly.
As an authorized service center, we can help with repairs and maintenance work that is covered under warranty. This can include anything from minor repairs to major overhauls, using only approved parts, maintaining the safety and reliability of an aircraft.