Lone Mountain Aviation, Inc.
Welcome to Lone Mountain Aviation, the largest general aviation FAA Part 145 Certified Repair Station in Nevada. Located at the North Las Vegas Airport (KVGT), we have been dedicated to providing the highest quality of aircraft maintenance and repair available to the general aviation community since 1982. Our success has rewarded us with the confidence of pilots, aircraft owners and aviation professionals across the globe. The formula for this success has been simple. We ensure our technicians are uniquely well suited to maintaining, repairing, and modifying the most technically advanced aircraft flown today. With 23,000 square feet of hangar space, sophisticated tooling, and continuous factory authorized training, our technicians are incomparably well equipped to provide the superior quality of service to you and your modern aircraft. Lone Mountain’s “Promise to our Customers” is to keep you flying by maintaining your budget, reducing your down time, and delivering a safe, reliable and quality product.
Lone Mountain Avionics is a full service avionics shop under the Lone Mountain Aviation Repair Station. Lone Mountain Avionics is an approved dealer for Avidyne, Garmin, L-3 Communications, Aspen, Sandel, DAC International Avionics (Heads-Up Technology) and PS Engineering. Come and meet Rick Santeisteban and the rest of the avionics team. Ask Rick about FREE AVIONICS UPGRADE “N.S.P” (No Surprise Proposal).
Lone Mountain Avionics is committed to EARNING our customers business.
The current pricing for the CAPS replacement on the Cirrus SR20 and SR22 aircraft is $16,369.80. We are offering a $500.00 discount if done in conjunction with an annual inspection. Offer good till December 31, 2014.
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Lone Mountain Aviation announces the addition of Lone Mountain Avionics (formally Sunrise Mountain Avionics) to its Repair Station capabilities. We welcome Mr. Rick Santiesteban as the new Avionics Manager. Rick has 20 + years experience in the avionics field. Rick was formally General Avionics and Maintenance Manager for Big Horn Airways in Sheridan ,Wyoming.