Managing Director Lucas Tisdall is a passionate aviator who appreciates the critical connection between professional maintenance and safe skies for all. Lucas holds a range of tertiary qualifications in aviation technology and management, but is driven by the practical application of skills that enhance our client safety and value proposition.
Director Bob Tisdall has an engineering systems and automation pedigree, and is heavily involved in the delivery of project management platforms to a range of industries. He brings a keen eye for process improvement that enhances our client centric approach to a very technical and precise endeavour.
Jay Allen is our CASA approved Chief Engineer and team leader. As Chief Engineer, Jay is both solutions oriented and compliance focused. As an aircraft owner himself, Jay is well aware of the cost drivers that underpin both corporate and personal ownership. That perspective translates to his desire to find practical, cost effective solutions that support ownership and enhance safety.
Our expanding LAME and AME team are critical to our success. We have the support of expert sheet metal workers, airframe and engine licence holders and a network of support personnel who are both experienced and enthusiastic about what they do. We welcome the opportunity to introduce our hard working engineering team to you the next time you visit the airfield.
Remy, Shelley, Elisabeth and the admin team are your first port of call for enquiries and operational support. Bookings, account enquiries, parts ordering and general service matters are handled by the administration team. Please feel free to contact us at any time by email or on (07) 3276 7976.
Safety is of paramount importance at Flight Maintenance Australia. We take pride in our safety culture – a way of working that reflects respect for ourselves, our colleagues, clients and indeed a healthy reverence for the aerospace in which we work.
The Australian Standards guide defines safety as “a state in which the risk of harm (to persons) or damage is limited to an acceptable level”. Our desire is to remove as many of the risks as possible through sound safety management practices and proactive thought leadership by our team at all levels of the organisation. Our values include a sense of care for each person who travels in an aircraft maintained in our shop, and our team maintains competency training to look after each client like they were our own family.
We also seek regular feedback from our students and clients in the interests of awareness and enhanced reach. We invite confidential notification of hazards and incidents via our firstname.lastname@example.org email address, via the reporting tool below, or in person to the Chief Executive Officer at our Archerfield office. We’d rather you report it promptly than risk the alternative.
If you are aware of a hazard please call us on +61 7 3276 7976 or fill in the Hazard Report Form
Flight Maintenance Australia is a fast-growing and dynamic workplace. Our business on the field at Archerfield is rapidly expanding as clients come to appreciate our professional, no-nonsense approach to aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul. As such, we are regularly looking for high quality engineering staff to support our enterprise.
Qualities that will assist with your application as a LAME or AME go beyond hours in a statement of experience. We are looking for people who are committed to excellence in customer service and who take pride in themselves and their workplace.
Should you wish to apply, please complete the Expression of Interest form on this page and return to us. We ask you also to attach your current résumé. Completed submissions may be posted, but we would prefer an email sent to email@example.com to ensure prompt receipt of your application.
Expressions of Interest returned to us will be reviewed and held in a selection pool for future use. Expressions of Interest in this pool will be used to identify potential candidates during recruitment periods. Applications will not be accepted outside this channel.
Flight Maintenance Australia Pty Ltd accepts a range of payment methods including Visa and MasterCard (surcharged at cost, in-store and by phone) as well as EFTPOS and direct deposit by electronic banking (to approved purchasers).
Payments are processed in line with our credit and risk policies, and as a rule cheques are not accepted unless cleared at least 24 hours before a scheduled aircraft collection.
By utilising our services, all users are strictly liable for their indebtedness. Credit is not extended without specific management approval. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions of Sale for full details.
We are not required to provide a refund or replacement if you change your mind. But you can choose a refund or exchange if a physical product or item supplied by us has a major problem. This is when the item:
Alternatively, you can choose to keep the item and we will compensate you for any drop in value.
If the problem is not major, we will repair the item within a reasonable time. If it is not repaired in a reasonable time you can choose a refund or replacement. Please keep your proof of purchase – e.g. your receipt or paid tax invoice.
Should you have any questions in connection with the above, or need to make some unique arrangements, please do not hesitate to contact us before your anticipated service booking.
Flight Maintenance Australia Pty Ltd is duly accredited with the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority. Our current certificate of approval is: