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As others have said, airlines may have line-maintenance staff on-site, either organic or contracted through an AMO of their choice. On the GA/non-airline side of things, you can almost always find an A&P or an FBO. Most airports that a regional airline would fly to, and many that receive NO scheduled airline service, have at least one FBO. Take Martin ...


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For scheduled commercial aircraft you will generally find: If enough aircraft are coming and going from a particular airport, the airline may keep a line maintenance operation running there that can handle short-term maintenance and troubleshooting, or special inspection operations. If not, and the airport has a AMO (approved maintenance organization) on ...


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In my experience you can often find an A&P at a lot of (but not all) airports even really small ones like KDYL where I learned to fly. However these mechanics may not have the experience or know how to work on all aircraft all the time but can likely handle most straight forward issues that could arise for the aircraft that land at the field. These ...


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Airports usually do not hire maintenance staff for other than maintaining the airport facilities. Companies (Airlines, FBOs) that operate there will usually have a base and have the required staff on site. If you land at an airfield where there is an established FBO and you ding your plane, you could ask them to repair it, if it falls within their operating ...


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