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WE KEEP OUR CLIENTS FLYING!

Midwest Aeroworks is a full-service aircraft maintenance
and repair facility

We offer a variety of services from a quick oil change to annual inspections to major repairs and modifications. We are here to help you, from the newest aircraft owner to the most veteran pilots! We are committed to providing our clients with personal attention, excellent service in aviation maintenance, and the highest confidence in our work. Our mission is to exceed your expectations in safety, quality, regulatory compliance, on-time delivery, and value. We strive to become the #1 provider of professional general aviation maintenance in Southern Indiana. Midwest Aeroworks specializes in certified, experimental, and light sport aircraft.

ABOUT US

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Midwest Aeroworks is authorized to provide major airframe and engine repairs, various inspections, and STC installations as well as general maintenance.

We are centrally located at the Daviess County Airport just 5 miles NE of the city of Washington, IN. Our hanger has 4200 square feet of space that will allow for 3-4 aircraft to be positioned for maintenance simultaneously.

Midwest AeroWorks is owned and operated by Eric and Heather Seber.

Eric is a licensed aircraft mechanic and has been involved in general, commercial, and OEM aircraft maintenance for the past sixteen years. He is an FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic. Eric also holds an Inspection Authorization and is a private pilot. In 2001, he began working for Delta Airlines in Atlanta, GA maintaining the airlines’ fleet of 10 different aircraft types. Then in 2003, he began working for the international charter airline, World Airways. In 2007, Eric began working in flight test at The Boeing Company. All throughout this time, Eric continued to work in general and experimental aviation. He is currently building an experimental kit aircraft, a Waiex, produced by Sonex Aircraft, LLC. Eric currently serves as a member of the Daviess County Board of Aviation Commissioners and has formed a local not-for-profit called ‘Pathways to Flight Foundation’. Pathways to Flight serves as a vehicle for high school students in Dubois County, Indiana to build an experimental kit aircraft.

Midwest Aeroworks specializes in certified, experimental, and light sport aircraft. We keep our clients flying!