At Keenair we provide a total solution for owners of aircraft, leaving you to focus on making the most of your flying time.
Our engineering staff, some of which have been with the company for over 20 years, have a wealth of experience working on a whole range of aircraft (see "Aircraft Types" below). With their knowledge, professionalism and friendliness we pride ourselves on customer safety and satisfaction.
For those aircraft away from our Liverpool base that require maintenance, we can provide a pick up and delivery service by our experienced pilots. The landing fee at Liverpool is free of charge.
Competitive fuel can also be made available to our customers.
The Keen family history at Liverpool Airport is well documented in aviation, commencing in 1963 when the Liverpool Aero Club was established by the late Jim Keen. Since then the Flying School has been training pilots, for business and leisure. The requirement to maintain this fleet, as well as customers' aircraft, was taken up by Keenair.
50 Years of Keenair & Liverpool Flying School
"For 50 years the aircraft and activities of Liverpool Aero Club, Keenair Services, Keenair Ltd, Liverpool Flying School, Keenair Charter and the company owners Jim and later Martin, Kath and Janet Keen have provided a great deal of interest for the enthusiast. Their family business, established in 1963, has become a cornerstone of general aviation at Liverpool and remains so today."
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Our team has a wealth of experience in aircraft maintenance, backed up by approvals from the following organisations:
EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency)
Part M - Sub Part F (approved to maintain your aircraft for all routine inspections and defect rectification)
Part M - Sub Part G with I (approved to carry out and sign off ARC renewals and extensions)
CAA approved BCAR (British Civil Air Requirements) for National Aircraft
Approved to maintain your aircraft and carry out the Star Inspection for recommendation to renew the Certificate of Airworthiness.
Over the years, Keenair have maintained a vast array of aircraft...
|Avions Pierre Robin||DR360|
A75N1 (modified) Stearman
|Britten Norman||BN2A-20 Islander|
BN2A MK III-I Trislander
|Cessna||150, 152, 172, 177, 182, 206, 210, 303, 310, 337, 401|
|de Havilland||DHC-1 Chipmunk 22|
DH89A Dragon Rapide 6
DH82A Tiger Moth
|Douglas||C-47A Dakota "Maggie May" & "Drag em oot"|
|Embraer||EMB-110 P1 Bandeirante|
|Fairchild||24R-46A Argus III|
|Focke Wolfe||Piaggio P149|
|Miles||M65 Gemini 1A|
|Moraine Saulnier||MS880B Rallye Club|
|North American||A-T6G Texan|
B-2SJ Mitchell "Big Bad Bonnie"
Cherokee 140, 160, 180, SIX