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Tel: 603.298.6555 | Fax: 603.298.5277

Toll Free: 800.876.4602

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FBO HOURS

Daily  6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.

After hours services available upon request with 24 hours notice.

58 Airport Road, West Lebanon, NH  03784  

KLEB | 43 37' 6" N | 72 18' 3" W | ATIS 118.65 | UNICOM 122.95 | TOWER 125.95 | GROUND 121.6

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MAINTENANCE

Granite Air Center is an FAA certified Part 145 Repair Station, authorized to service all Class III aircraft (all metal construction, under 12,500 pounds), as well as the Cessna 350, 400, and T240 model composite aircraft. As a certified Repair Station, you can rest assured that on the most up-to-date technical information is used in maintaining whatever model aircraft you have. At Granite Air Center, our knowledgeable and skilled technicians provide a full range of general aviation services on all makes and models of GA aircraft. Services include Annual inspections, pre-purchase evaluations, oil changes, major and minor repairs, and anything in between! Plus, we have a generous rewards program for our maintenance customers. See below for much more information about how we can make your aircraft ownership experience easier and more enjoyable.

MAINTENANCE HOURS

8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

Monday - Friday 

CONTACT

Jason Archambeault 

maintenance@graniteair.com

WHAT WE OFFER

Cesna

Factory Authorized Cessna and Beechcraft Service Center

Granite Air Center is your factory direct connection for maintenance on all models of Cessna and Beechcraft piston aircraft.. Read more...

AIRewards

AIRewards members receive a 15% discount on all Granite Air avgas purchases. Members also receive one oil change, labor free! Read more...

G1000 Pros

At Granite Air we have been working with fully integrated avionics and the G1000 system since Cessna first included it as standard equipment. Read more...

Pre-purchase Evaluations

Think of it as preventative maintenance for your wallet. A thorough look at the airframe, engine, systems, instruments and avionics BEFORE you sign on the dotted line may save you big money in the long run.

Annual Inspections

Your annual inspection is more than just an FAA requirement. A thorough analysis of your aircraft can reveal issues that are not otherwise apparent. Finding and fixing these items prevents them from turning into major failures, keeping you safer and ultimately saving you money.