We’re committed to aircraft repair and to serving you with quality and value. Bring your plane or helicopter in today for an inspection, and see what our commitment to quality is all about! We may not be related, but you’ll feel like we’re family.
Ultimate Aviation LLC started in Logan, UT founded in 1998 as a pilot/mechanic/hobby supply shop. Ultimate Aviation has grown to a nationally recognized warbird maintenance/restoration company. We have expanded into the general aviation market by providing full aircraft painting, upholstery, and avionics to our maintenance capabilities. We also have a robust onsite services crew that is on the road for half of the year maintaining warbirds all over the country. We are the director of maintenance authority for the largest flying jet warbird museum in the United States.
For the many years we’ve been in business, we have been striving to provide our clients the best quality service possible to gain their full satisfaction. And they’ve shown their appreciation by coming back to us repeatedly.
We want to be the ONE STOP maintenance and repair facility for all your aircraft needs.
Dedicated to professional aircraft repair and to serving you with quality & value.
Our mechanics are highly skilled and have years of experience. Most of all: they love aircraft and care about yours. Whether it’s our quick, quality, friendly service or the honesty and value we bring to every interaction, our customers love us.
Get to know our experienced mechanics. They’ve got tools, skills, and a desire to help. Come see why no shop is as quick, qualified, or convenient as we are.
Committed to providing you excellent service, so you always choose us for your repair needs.
For most people, aircraft maintenance and repair is not fun or convenient. So, we want make the process as easy and enjoyable as possible for you. We genuinely care about your flying machine and your experience, and it shows. Our first-time customers continually become our long term customers time and time again, choosing us for all their aircraft needs.