AIM is OPEN for business without restrictions
07:00 - 16:00, Monday to Friday

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AIM is OPEN for business without restrictions
07:00 – 16:00, Monday to Friday

Welcome to AIM
Keeping Engines On Wing For 18 Proud Years

FAA & EASA Approved 145 Repair Station
FAA No. 8AIR305B – EASA No. 145.6258

Founded in 2005, AIM is an international provider of cost-effective aircraft and jet engine maintenance services and capabilities. Committed to maximizing our Customers’ green time, we specialize in surgical strike engine repairs, CFM56 overhauls and module maintenance. We also test, inspect, remove, tag serviceable and store engines at our AZ-based facilities.

What Makes
AIM Different?

Our Certifications

We’re a dual-accredited FAA and EASA Part 145 Certificated Repair Station. Operating within an approved Quality Control System, we have an approved A449 Drug & Alcohol Program and a D100 authorization to perform work in the field.  We’re also TCCA and 2REG approved.

Complete aircraft maintenance solutions

We’re a one-stop shop for airframes, engines and APUs.

Knowledge Hub

We understand the aviation industry, its regulations and the need for rapid TATs.

Commitment to quality

Our highly skilled and accredited Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) technicians, certificated Repairmen, and our FAA/EASA approved Quality Control System ensure we exceed Customers’ expectations.

Innovative approach

We’re one of the few MROs with an FAA-approved procedure to boroblend LPT blades on CF6-80s, CFM56, JT9D-7, PW2000 and V2500 series engines. Additionally, we have FAA-approved procedures in place to boroblend the HPC and IPC on RB211-524 & 535 series and Trent 700 & 800 series; and the HPC on the JT9D, V2500, PW2000 & PW4000 series engines.

Customer focus

We’ve built our reputation on our personal approach and rapid response capabilities.


We operate from our shop in Tucson (AZ) and have facilities at Coolidge Municipal Airport and in Pinal County (AZ). We also partner with MRO and storage facilities in Tucson, Marana and Goodyear (AZ), Victorville and Mojave (CA), and Roswell (NM).


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  • Eric Moorman – Alaska Airlines

    “We value the professional service that AIM provides on Alaska’s engines; this in turn enables us to provide a reliable and safe operation. We appreciate that we can rely on your shop’s quality workscope, short TAT, and willingness to respond quickly to our unexpected operations disruptions.”

  • Erik Deutsch – Deutsch Aviation LLC

    “Whether in the field, at their facility or a combination of both, AIM is able to support a wide variety of projects and provides excellent turn-key solutions with an incredibly knowledgeable and experienced team!”

  • Dave Tucker – Rolls Royce North America

    “Thank you for all your support in making today’s flight a success!”

  • Thom D. De Mint – Frontier Airlines

    “Thanks to you and your team for the outstanding job you performed on our aircraft. From the MX side of the house, we understand what it took to produce the products in record time.”

  • Steve Weisberg, President – Pro-Tech Advisors, INC.

    “In this fast-paced aircraft trading environment, AIM has been a great resource to both us and our clients. Their exceptional service, industry knowledge and professionalism give us the confidence to provide the highest level of quality and expertise to our clients.”

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    Engine Shop: 2481 W Poppy Ave Tucson, AZ 85705

    Engine Teardown Facility: 2529 W Poppy Avenue, Tucson AZ 85705

    Coolidge Municipal Airport: 3536 S Cessna Dr. Coolidge, AZ 85128

    Pinal Airpark: 24641 East Pinal Airpark Road, Marana, AZ 85653

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