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July 20, 2011 by  
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7 Comments on "Hello world!"

  1. darthvader on Thu, 15th Sep 2011 2:18 am 

    Congratulations to the Creators of this Fine Website! The Aviation Community finally has an extraordinary resource to help meet individual and business related goals. Good Luck and Great Success to you!

  2. coovcb on Thu, 22nd Sep 2011 8:56 am 

    I’ve thinking of becoming an I.A. This website has all the information I need. It’s about time some one made it easy to find all the information you need, all in one place.

    The toolbox was a nice touch too!

  3. admin on Mon, 28th May 2012 3:02 am 

    We’re now on facebook stop by and say hi!

  4. faamech on Mon, 21st Oct 2013 1:10 am 

    This web site is for sure one of the best aviation maintenance sites on the Internet. During the recent Government shut down, when I, as well as some of my fellow A&P mechanics from around the nation couldn’t get help from the FAA in finding IA’s near us, This web site came to our rescue. We were able register, then log in and with a couple of clicks of a mouse, we quickly found IA’s that were close to us. Best of all it was free. All I can say is that The folks that own and run this web site in our opinions are real Aviation Heroes! Keep up the good work. Well done.

  5. plandoctor on Sat, 26th Oct 2013 6:40 pm 

    The worlds leading resource in IA services, FindanIA.com’s simple but effective tools for locating an IA, registering as an IA in a global market, meeting renewal requirements, or just thinking about starting an IA career, are amazing! As a source for the aviation community, I urge any company that would like to reach their market, to inquire today. Kudos to the staff, the developers, and the dedication that these folks have for the future in aeronautical services.

  6. darthvader on Sun, 27th Oct 2013 7:21 am 


    Seems you guys are progressing well in your mission!…Very refreshing in a business world swamped with failure, to find a Company doing things right.

  7. Ken MacTiernan on Mon, 28th Oct 2013 1:34 am 

    Professionals regardless of which industry or career they are in are professionals because of their knowledge, skills and tools they use to perform their respective jobs. In the aviation maintenance industry one of the tools which professionals can use varies greatly but one tool I find extremely useful is FindanIA.com, Inc.

    One of the reasons FindanIA.com, Inc. is so useful is the foundation of the company using professionals to help professionals. Locating a qualified certificated Airframe & Powerplant Technician in your area can be difficult and finding a similar person who also has Inspection Authorization certifications can be daunting. But FindanIA.com, Inc. takes that concern away and makes it easy to find the right person for your needs… worldwide!

    When repairing your aircraft you would not use an unprofessional A&P and you certainly would not use an unprofessional I.A. FindanIA.com, Inc. is always there for you when you need an I.A. Even when the FAA shuts down FindanIA.com, Inc. was there. When your aircraft is down FindanIA.com, Inc. will be there.

    Mr. Mark Collins, one of the founders of FindanIA.com, Inc. is a certificated A & P and it is his understanding of the ability to find an I.A. anywhere around the world with a few clicks of a mouse that makes this web site so important and useful.

    Maintaining a professional edge requires knowledge, skill and having the right tools. FindanIA.com, Inc. should be one of those tools.


    Ken MacTiernan
    Director Aircraft Maintenance Technicians Association
    Chairman Aerospace Maintenance Competition
    Certificated A&P, I.A.

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